BLeaf's new products

BLeaf “living the green life”, this name only has green products. We launch new packaging’s. With the same concept is a product made from natural materials such as bagasse, poly-lactic acid and natural wood pulp. Through a modern molding process, it is actually biodegradable. Focus on safety for consumers.

Fight against COVID-19

Managing director and representatives of BLeaf bioproducts donated the biodegradable packagings to support Siriraj Hospital during the COVID-19 outbreak. 

The products included 10,000 sets of bagasse food containers and 10,000 sets of BIO cutleries which were used as the single-use packagings that can reduce the risk of virus spreading between patients and also can be decomposed without polluting the environment.

PR Campaign of BLeaf bioproducts

BLeaf bioproducts, the Eco-friendly packaging, has promoted our new released products “BLeaf” at Bangsaen beach, Chonburi on February, 1st 2020. This activity promotes the biodegradable packagings and educates the food stall vendors and travelers along the Bangsaen beach about the importance of single-use eco-friendly packagings such as disposable cutlery and bagasse food container.

Thai Ocean Waste Free Campaign

At present, Bangsaen beach is a very popular sightseeing place with the 4.5 km long and uncountable tourists have visited here. From this reason, Bangsaen beach has to confront the unavoidable garbage problem along the beach. Due to its geography, wind and tide blow numerous garbage in the sea more than 10 tons per day onto the beach, especially in the rainy season. Saensuk Municipality has attempted to solve this problem by placing the floating garbage collector in the sea but it can collect only some, but not all.

Bio Pot

 The trend of environmentally friendly packaging for the green society has been paid great attraction globally. BLeaf would like to be your supporter with “Bio Pot” in which you can improve our green society together.

Carbon Footprint

Nowadays, there are numerous packaging products that have been designed concerning the waste reduction and global warming crisis. But how can we know that which packaging products can save our world better? One of the potential indicators is “Greenhouse Gases (GHG) emission or carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalent”, which is also known as “Carbon Footprint”.

Plastic Packaging Alternatives

Bagasse is a white fibrous material obtained as a by-product after the extraction of juice from the sugarcane stalks in the sugar cane industry.

Thailand has been one of the world’s largest sugar producers. Many tons of bagasse have been value-added by converting them into the environmentally friendly food packaging to replace the conventional non-degradable packaging.