Totally new, ECO-friendly, portable and reusable drinking can!
It is made from a material called, Poly-Lactic Acid or PLA, sourced from a US company. The unique feature is that it can break down into harmless natural compounds back into the earth in an industrial compositing facility.
PLA comes from natural corn starch; an Eco-friendly material that uses renewable resource. This green material has the benefits of plastic properties, but without any negative effects of petroleum components. The carbon dioxide emission is also less than petroleum plastic during production.
Its durable and reusable qualities help reduce waste and increase sustainability. Decrease the use of paper cups and contribute to the preservation of our forests.
Thermal double wall design allows for use with both hot and cold beverages.
To be honest, cans are rarely the cheapest option to pack food in. Still, they are more populair than ever. This has probably to do with the fact that the look and feel of a product is more important than ever as well.
I always thought tin cans would soon be a thing of past. To be fair: they mostly aluminium now, but that doesn't change much to the look and feel. I don't think metal cans will be replaced by cardboard cans because they don't have that solid, luxurious feel to them. I think cans would be made out of PLA or a similar kind of 'plastic'.