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Stavian Chemical strives to pursue a green lifestyle

Offering a wide range of biodegradable household plastic packaging products, Stavian Chemical directs consumers to pay more attention to the environment.

Stahaus is the latest biodegradable eco-friendly household plastic packaging product produced by Stavian Chemical Joint Stock Company (Stavian Chemical), one of the leading companies in the production of biodegradable packaging. Stahaus is an improvement in design as well as a quality upgrade from the old product line, Green Eco – the best-selling brand in many major supermarket chains familiar to Vietnamese consumers. Currently Stahaus is supplied and is a strategic partner of many supermarket systems such as WinMart, WinMart+, Big C, BRG, Lotte… Stahaus is distributed by Stavian Joint Stock Company (Stavian Distribution) – a member of the Stavian distribution group group.

Some of Stahaus' biodegradable household plastic packaging products.  Photo: Stavianus

Some of Stahaus’ biodegradable household plastic packaging products. Photo: Stavianus

A great advantage of Stahaus is its ability to decompose, which helps limit plastic waste and protects the environment. Developed with the criteria of “dedicated, minimalism, Nordic standards”, Stahaus focuses on health and comfort as a top priority, ensuring food safety and health of Vietnamese consumers.

A representative from Stavian Chemical said that people’s daily habits of using plastic bags and plastic packaging have had a significant impact on environmental pollution. To contribute to the improvement of the environment, we can start completely with small actions such as using biodegradable packaging.
“We want to assist the Vietnamese government in its plan to reduce single-use plastic waste and invite people to change their habits, towards the use of environmentally friendly bags that are biodegradable,” said a Stavian Chemical representative.

Typically, nylon packaging takes 500 – 1,000 years to decompose. Using the nylon bag burning method will produce a lot of harmful gases such as CO2, causing air pollution, affecting human health. Ponds, lakes, rivers can be clogged by plastic bags, inundated sewers and puddles that cause household water to be polluted. As a result, people are increasingly suffering direct losses from nylon packaging.

Today, many large supermarket chains and consumers have restricted the use of non-biodegradable nylon packaging, reduced the burden or replaced single-use plastic materials with biodegradable eco-friendly products. In Vietnam, many businesses are starting to prioritize solutions for sustainable development and environmental protection. Stavian Chemical’s products are independently tested according to US laboratory standards and are certified eco-friendly nylon bags by the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment.

Production line at the Stavian Chemical plant.  Photo: Stavianus

Production line at the Stavian Chemical plant. Photo: Stavianus

Le Ngoc (Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi) said that over the past few years, his family regularly uses Green Eco’s eco-friendly products. Recently, he learned that his brand name was changed to Stahaus. “The design is more eye catching, the price is very affordable and the quality is always guaranteed. I also have a habit of bringing a shopping basket or biodegradable bag when I go to the supermarket to limit the use of nylon bags,” said Ngoc.

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According to the Institute of Strategy – Policy on Natural Resources and Environment, plastic waste has always been considered a global problem. Vietnam is currently one of the countries with the largest amount of plastic waste in the world. According to estimates from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, about 30 billion plastic bags are used and disposed of in Vietnam every year. Of that amount, only 17% is recycled and reused, the rest is immediately thrown away after a single use.

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