At this moment using plastic bag is a global issue. So most of the developed countries are looking for biodegradable bags. Now few countries are trying to establish that non woven PP Bags are biodegradable bags & best alternative of plastic bags. But this information is wrong. PP will take more than 100 years for bio-degradation. So is it really biodegradable bag and 100% Eco friendly bag?
Most of the people think that Paper Bag is the best alternative of Plastic Bags. But unfortunately the idea is wrong. Recycled paper comes from tree so we have to cut many trees for getting the same. Ultimately paper bags are not much better than plastic bags in respect of environmental issue. So to save our nature we should reduce the use of paper bags, rather we should increase the use of reusable bags like jute or cotton bags.
We the humans are living in this world with all our required facilities. There are many other creatures who cannot use most of the facilities which are available to us in this world. We never think of the posible outcomes from using these facilites. Now the time has come to think forward to a positive future. When at the first time we used fire many years ago then never thought that it could harm our environment. Now we are discovering with the application of science which is helpful or harmful to us. But still we are not conscious about our environment.
Using of plastic bag is now a global issue. It has a dangerous effect on our environment. So if we want to save our planet, we have to find an alternative of plastic bags. We have a natural fabric jute which is natural & durable. We are making bags with this fabric which is 100 % Biodegradable. So our jute bags are completely safe for our environment.
Jute is a plant based fibre which can be spun in coarse, strong threads. Golden colour is the main & special feature of this fibre. This fibre is used to make Hessian or Burlap & Gunny Cloth. This fibre is collected from the bast or skin of the Jute Plant. This is the most affordable 100 % natural fibre after Cotton. Since this is a valuable natural fibre & it has golden colour so it is called "The Golden Fibre".