Biodegradable products draw keen interest at Astana Expo


Edible plate: Ramaness taking a bite out of his product to show that it is safe and can even be eaten.

ASTANA: While serving as a climate change auditor with the United Nations from 2008 to 2009, P. Ramaness was confronted with the damage done to the environment by non-biodegradable food packaging materials.

“The amount of carbon dioxide emission from the waste management process of items such as plastic disposable packaging and take-away food and drink containers was shocking,” said Ramaness when met at the Malaysian Pavilion of the Astana Expo 2017 yesterday.

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