Natural bamboo straw is the only product on the market that is environmentally friendly in all four steps - material, production, use and waste.

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The advanced production technique enables the production of a wide variety of plant fibers - from coffee flour, coconut fiber, palm fiber, etc.
Bamboo, on the other hand, is chosen as the main material mainly because of its reproducibility. Unlike trees, bamboo matures in three years, so the choice of bamboo as the main material has the best impact on sustainable development.
In Taiwan, 1850km2 of land is covered by bamboo forest, of which only 110km2 is needed to produce 600 trillion straws, which the world consumes annually, so the burden on the world’s natural resources is minimal. For comparison, Ljubljana measures 164 km2.


Paper straws are the most popular and most common alternative on the market, but the process of making paper pulp is very toxic to the environment, due to the use of strong acids.

"Dry processing and shaping" is the latest and unique invention. In this technique, we do not need chemicals that would destroy the plant structure, but we achieve this by grinding the plant into powder and processing it into natural (bamboo) fibers. The whole process thus does not cause water contamination. However, to ensure low greenhouse gas emissions, the treatment temperature is strictly controlled and does not exceed 200°C.

3. USE 

Pulp products, such as paper straws, soften and soak quickly in water (and other beverages). To extend their service life, they are surrounded by a protective film, which is usually made of plastic. YOLLY straws can be used for more than 24 hours, but at different temperatures (-20 ° C to 100 ° C) they will not change their structure.


YOLLY straws can be disposed of as mixed and / or biological waste, but can also be decomposed in nature and in water. The straw does not produce toxic gases during incineration. If the straw is buried in the ground or discarded for processing in a landfill, it begins to disintegrate within 90 days. After 180 days, it is almost completely broken down by microorganisms. Because the composition of the straw is natural, dissolved and decomposed substances are returned to the environment and become an earth nutrient.



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