Green Concept Award

Conceptos ecológicos 2018/19

CHAMU Tea Packaging Japan

The tea packaging from tea residues

CHAMU as a new material. Its name comes from the Chinese Pinyin of tea and wood. The CHAMU tea packaging is made from discarded tea stems which produced during the production of tea and forming by a hot-press method. CHAMU has a unique tea aroma which is the greatest feature different from other packages. CHAMU has good degradability and the used tea packaging can be buried under the soil, where the degradation rate of tea packaging can be improved by adding water, heat and microorganism to the soil. Besides, the degraded waste can also be used as fertilizer for agricultural production.

Empresa/Institución: kyushu university
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