ECO HUB 180


In the context of the Eco Hub, eco has two meanings – it is an environmentally sustainable building and it is economical to build and to run and 180 mean revolution.
We started this company to stop plastic pollution and replace the plastics with eco-friendly and compostable products to help future generations, to protect environment, and protect marine life and to keep oceans clean.
The products we offer are chemical free natural bio degradable and compostable.


Replace now plastic plates and bowls with wooden natural plates and bowls 100% natural no chemical use.



Plates: ECO HUB 180 provide different types of natural plates like round, rectangular, heart shaped with different sizes as per your requirement
Bowles: bowls are most common used kitchen wear used to serve curries we offer different types of bowls with different sizes.
Spoons: In maximum of the restaurants spoons are of plastics we are here to replace it with wooden spoons fork or knife without compromising the quality with very affordable price.

Since the products we offer are compo stable and good for marine life even in worst case they dump in ocean and sea it will not harm anything

Creating a green eco-friendly home is actually a lot easier than what a lot of us may think. Many people are discouraged by thinking that it requires a lot of efforts, time and money to switch to eco-friendly products; but actually, working towards an eco-friendly home is not that difficult.

For any good or service that you buy today from the market, you will find that there is an eco-friendly alternative also found. You can also cut back on your household waste by using less disposable stuff and using more reusable material, like using reusable spoons instead of using disposable plastic spoons. There is an impact on the environment for every little small thing that we do in our daily life, and if we shift towards eco-friendly products, we can contribute to saving our environment and work towards sustainability.


How do we maintain Quality?

Quality of your products is our responsibility. Every palm tree naturally sheds 6 to 7 leaves a year. The leaves undergoes a cleaning process, which is accomplished through pressurized water and further soaked in spring water to remove the impurities. These leaves are pressed in an advanced hydraulic heavy-duty machine using CNC dyes to get desired shape. In this process the palm leaf is heat to 180`C thereby heat sterilizing the plates. Then the plates are carefully checked by the quality inspection team to remove the plates with manufacturing defects such as partially sterilized, has no fine sharp curves and of course rarely tiny holes on the plate. We do not use any harmful colours on the products as well.

Note : We do not cut or harm any of the trees in the process of making our products. Also we do not use any chemicals or toxins while colouring or making the products.

What is the meaning of Eco-friendly product?

The word eco-friendly means products that do not harm the earth or environment. These products, also called sustainable products, provide benefits for the people economically, socially, environmentally, while preserving the public. These products are environmentally safe from its extraction of raw materials to production, consumption and disposal. There are many different types of Eco-friendly products such as Eco friendly palm leaf plates, bamboo plates, sugarcane plates, jute products etc,

Why switch to eco-friendly products?

Swapping to environmentally safe, green products in really simple for any individual who wishes to contribute to the sustainability of environment and do their share of the sustainability of the environment. By using more environmentally safe products, we reduce pollution and contamination of the natural resources such as the air, water, and soil.

The right caring is the keystone all we do-at the right time

Action means more than words. Here are some ways we like to contribute to a wholesome life.
Simple is simply better and that's just how we like it. Extravagance and frills are not part of our DNA
Climate change is real, just ask the polar bears. Recycling everyday plastics found in things like bottles, grocery bags, and toothbrushes can reduce our footprints to lighten the impact done to our earth.
Less = More. Freedom & Happiness is found when we seek within the things we have, instead of always striving to accumulate more.
Sustainability starts at home. We grow our own food when possible and support buying locally grown producers.

Greener Tomorrow- It’s as simple as that!

Sustainability is the need of the hour and the upcoming year will be more about switching to environment-friendly substitutes, the momentum for which has been building up this year. A clean environment is not only essential for controlling pollution, but also important to boost tourism in the country. The concept of eco-friendly alternatives should not only be made popular amongst Indians, but foreign travellers should also be discouraged from bringing plastic products into the country.

Advantages of eco-friendly products

We all aware of the fact, that we should reduce, reuse, and recycle in an effort to help the planet. You are probably somewhat familiar with Eco-friendly products that can help to reduce toxic wastes and prevent environmental pollution.
If we think of the advantages of the Eco-friendly products, they are countless, The main reason is it does not pollute the environment during its manufacturing, usage and till its disposal. Let us discuss a few advantages of using Eco-friendly products in our daily life.

Pros of Using Eco- friendly Products

• They are more environmentally friendly, without polluting the surrounding.
• We can considerably reduce the pollution
• A better replacement for non-biodegradable products
• Long term cost saving
• Having many health benefits of using Eco-friendly products


Ban plastic straws. Just use Paper, Bamboo or Wheat straws. Enjoy the Differences

Bamboo straw with my Acai Berry Smoothie at Samsara Cafe in Guatemala
Isn’t it crazy how the whole world has taken to straws to suck liquids out of a bottle or glass? This isn’t about cleanliness considering we already trust that the bottle or glass is clean enough to hold whatever we’re drinking. This isn’t about convenience either I mean, how much easier is sipping a liquid through a straw than picking up the bottle or glass to drink directly?
It certainly feels pointless when you read how single-use plastic straws are landing up in the ocean and choking turtles and other marine creatures.
On my part, when I order a drink, I try to remember to say I don’t need a straw. And curse myself every time I forget. Luckily many restaurants and cafes around the world have begun offering alternative straws – including steel and bamboo straws. I recently picked up a pair of straws made with recycled paper, you know, for drinking coconut water

Eco-friendly alternatives to plastic straws in USA:

Natural bamboo straws: try these at some eco-conscious cafes, you love them for their natural texture when you suck on them. They are washable reusable and bio-degradable.

Paper Straws
Single use plastic straws are going out of style as people recognise their harmful, wasteful, and environment-damaging qualities. Leading food joints have implemented compostable straws and 2019 will witness a significant rise in the use of these straws. Apart from leading food chains, they will also be used in smaller restaurants, events, and even at house parties.

Wheat Straw

Hundreds of different fibrous plants can be manufactured into alternatives to tree-based paper products, most notably wheat, rice, hemp, flax, and sugar cane. In many agricultural processes, straw is treated merely as the agricultural waste that remains after grain or juice is extracted from crops. For World Centric®, straw is a valuable resource that can be fashioned into disposable products like plates, take out containers, bowls etc.

Benefits of Wheat Straw

• Sturdy and strong
• Microwave and freezer safe
• Handle hot liquids up to 200 Fahrenheit
• Conform to US Food & Drug Administration guidelines
• Non-allergenic and gluten-free
• Fully compostable through home and commercial composting
• Fully compostable at home within 6 months
• These bowls are made of wheat stalk, starch and PP by subjecting to hot-press molding. These are eco-friendly and do not include heavy metal. These are bio-degradable to a certain extent and are non-toxic in general.
• Is an eco-friendly, strong, durable, and degradable fiber.
• None like other plastic and ceramic products it has a noticeable natural wheat straw fiber and light natural wheat smell.
• Can withstand 180℃ heat resistant.
• The round design has no dead angle, no damage when dropped.
We bring good Think before you buy: bamboo Toothbrushes, and disposable cutlery
Our bamboo toothbrush a reminder every morning of everything else I need to do.
It’s pretty horrifying to look around and realize how much of what we use in our daily lives is made of non-biodegradable plastic – right from toothbrushes and sanitary pads to pens and disposable take-away containers and cutlery. While it’s not easy to eliminate these and lead a more sustainable, zero-waste lifestyle, we need to start taking little steps towards re-evaluating what we buy.

Eco-friendly lifestyle products in USA:

Toothbrushes: Even though we end up using a toothbrush for a few months before discarding it, it certainly adds up over a lifetime – and in the trash ground or ocean where it remains over the long decomposing period. After resisting for a long time, I finally switched to a bamboo toothbrush a couple of month ago – and I couldn’t be happier. Every morning, while brushing my teeth, I inadvertently think of other ways to reduce my plastic footprint.

You can do it when you Say a firm NO to plastic shopping bags
The foldable green jute bag always carries.
Consider this: It is estimated that every year, the world uses 500 billion plastic bags! This is no surprise considering we’re offered a plastic bag each time we buy anything at a fancy mall, at a kirana neighbourhood store, at the vegetable shop, even when we’re piggy-backing food. Each of us could easily and unconsciously be accumulating 5-10 plastic bags in a day.
This habit of asking for, or accepting plastic bags, needs to go. And it’s really simple too: always carry a reusable bag with you. Keep it in your handbag or car at all times – and remembers, cloth bags can easily be washed, so it doesn’t really matter if you put veggies in or something spills over.


Our Alternatives to plastic bags in USA:

Cloth Bags: I bought a Small Steps bag, produced by Up asana Design Studio in Auroville, over four years ago, and I’m still using it. It folds up into a tiny pack for convenience, can be washed easily, lasts for years and has allowed me to say no to thousands of plastic bags! The initiative employs village women, so your purchase helps sustain their livelihood too.

Any bag or backpack you own: Chances are, you already own a small bag or backpack to carry your stuff while out of home, or when you travel – made of jute, denim, cloth or fabric. Use those bags to keep your purchases. Every time you say “no” to a plastic shopping bag, you are contributing towards a greener earth.

Advantages

• There are toxins produced by the breakdown of traditional plastic bags. Using reusable bags puts fewer of these plastic ones into the environment.
• Puts fewer disposable bags into landfills, where they can take many, many years to decompose
• Reusable bags are better than recycling disposable ones, since it costs more to recycle a plastic bag than to make a new one
• Reusable bags replace disposable ones that can float away and affect wildlife or shores, hurting the habitats and creatures living there
• Reusable bags can be used much more and for much longer than disposable bags can be

Cleaning and Sterilization of fallen Palm Leaves:

Leaf ware products harm no trees whatsoever, as they make use of fallen palm leaves. Naturally shed leaves are collected, pressure washed, scrubbed, sun dried, compressed and then sterilized to produce eco-friendly, versatile & elegant tableware. They use no chemicals or binders of any kind, making them completely safe and non-toxic for even your littlest family members. Feel free to use with all foods hot and cold, even liquids! Even better, when you're done, you can simply deposit them in your backyard compost, and allow them to contribute to your garden.
As each leaf is a singular creation from nature, their colors range from whites and light beiges, to browns with natural grains and silver strains running through them. Available in an assortment of shapes and sizes to suit all your food serving needs, their beauty will lend style and grace to any table or buffet. As our products are derived from a natural source, slight variations in color and thickness occur as each frond is unique.
ITS TIME TO THINK ABOUT END-OF-LIFE TERMINOLOGY
One of the main ways to judge the green credentials of a product is to look at its end-of-life process. The end-of-life process is the stage that begins when a product is no longer useful, and it will therefore be reused, recycled or permanently disposed of.
Biodegradable-The Revolution
Biodegradation is the naturally-occurring breakdown of materials, either by microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi, or through other biological activity. Being able to biodegrade does not necessarily mean a product is eco-friendly. For example, plastics are biodegradable, but will leave behind micro plastics that can be harmful to marine life and other ecosystems. Some biodegradable materials can also last hundreds of years in the environment without ever breaking down.


Better Living through Reusable

Whereas recyclables tend to be disposed of after a single use and remade into a new item, reusable products are designed to last for years to come. Reusing products for a lengthy period of time reduces the consumption of single-use items, meaning less waste is sent to landfill. This also means less carbon and raw materials are then required to make new goods.
While recycling is great for the environment, the procedure does require energy to collect and process each material. As reusable have a longer life and reduce our dependence on single-use products, the amount of energy and greenhouse gas emissions involved in powering the recycling process is also decreased. Once finally disposed of, many of these reusable can be recycled and remade into another item – completing the product’s lifecycle.

Recyclable is in our name ECOHUB 180

Recyclable means a material can be recovered once thrown away, broken down and reused to make a new product. Some of the most common types of recyclable material include:
• Paper
• Cardboard
• Plastic
• Metal

Recycling has a positive environmental impact as products made from recyclables require less energy, carbon and raw resources to produce than those made from new materials. Recycling also means less waste is sent to landfill, reducing these sites' damaging effects on the environment.