SURV. Eco Knives 10 Pack
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Product Description
Surv. disposable ECO knives contain natural plant fibres. The 10 pack of knives are a great solution for all gatherings and are BPA free. This cutlery is compostable in industrial facilities. Check locally, as these do not exist in many communities. Not suitable for backyard composting.

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Sustainability is for keeps. Manufactured from materials that are easy to source and regenerate.
Item No: 9415095454200
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Product Description:
Surv. disposable ECO knives contain natural plant fibres. The 10 pack of knives are a great solution for all gatherings and are BPA free. This cutlery is compostable in industrial facilities. Check locally, as these do not exist in many communities. Not suitable for backyard composting.

Sustainable Materials
Sustainability is for keeps. Manufactured from materials that are easy to source and regenerate.
Item No: 9415095454200
Product Description
Surv. disposable ECO knives contain natural plant fibres. The 10 pack of knives are a great solution for all gatherings and are BPA free. This cutlery is compostable in industrial facilities. Check locally, as these do not exist in many communities. Not suitable for backyard composting.

Sustainable Materials
Sustainability is for keeps. Manufactured from materials that are easy to source and regenerate.
Item No: 9415095454200

Features & Benefits

  • Cornstarch 45%
  • Polypropylene 51%
  • Coupling Agent 3%
  • Antioxodant 0.2%
  • EVA 0.8%
  • 10 Pack
  • surv.co.nz

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Excellent quality product, Polypropylene is much better than plastic and is recyclable in commercial facilities.
October 31, 2019
Misleading
I brought these thinking they were a good environmental option having been labelled ‘biodegradable’ but when they arrived they were 50% polypropylene which takes 20-30 years to decompose.
April 25, 2019
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1 year ago