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Porcelain can be extremely delicate and fragile but equally beautiful and refined. Porcelain is typically less robust than other hardier materials and in many instances is one of the expensive of the four materials used in the manufacture of tableware. In most homes they are kept for special occasions. Bone china, although regularly confused with porcelain due to the large similarities between the two is fundamentally different. Bone china items are usually more expensive than their porcelain equivalents and in many cases are sturdier due to the use of bone ash in the construction process.
The idea of disposable, single-use cups, plates, and cutlery has been denounced by environmentalists and green enthusiasts for years. As the green movement becomes more than a passing trend and increases in prevalence throughout our daily lives, many manufacturers of clear plastic tableware are offering new products and features that make it better for the environment. In addition, taking simple steps to reuse and recycle can yield greener results while saving you money. Sound too good to be true? Think again! Whether you're throwing a birthday party or just serving the family your weekly Sunday dinner, here are three simple ways to make disposable clear tableware more environmentally friendly.
There are many materials that disposables come in today, each of which has its own particular use and benefits. Commonly, aluminium, foam and paper are used, but this range has been significantly extended over the years to now include environmentally friendly packaging and PET formed products, which are ideal for when a little more style and presentation is required.