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Indian startup uses rice crop waste to make biodegradable foam packaging instead of burning it
by Andy Corbley

Good New Network    Translate This Article
29 March 2023

On 29 March 2023 Good New Network reported: A Delhi-based engineer has designed a replacement for polystyrene packaging out of 'rice stubble' the dead stalks left over after the rice season in India, millions of tons of which are burned every year. Mr. Arpit Dhupar he turns 250 metric tons of rice stubble harvested from 100 acres of farmland in Punjab and Haryana into packaging, while paying the farmers a rate of $30 per acre for something they would usually burn. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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