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Introduction The researchers have an investigatory project linking to one of the problems met by the time of today. One of the group’s strategies is to provide the alternative source of food packaging used by fast food chains. And to alter the slow decomposing materials used by today.

Background of the study One problems met by the environment is the non-biodegradable wastes. And one of which is the Styrofoam. Styrofoams are used by restaurants mostly to pack foods that would be taken out. And since it would be degraded for a million years, it would be one of the contributors of the garbage problems we are experiencing as of now. To provide the lessening of this problem, there should be a certain thing that degrades fast or be recycled too. Paper is one example that can be degraded easily and can be used over and over again. But paper came from the trees, meaning that it would require plenty of trees to be cut down and produce food packaging. And if there would be continuous cutting of the trees, there would be shortage of food and habitats for the animals. And there would be a tendency that the life span of the human race will be minimized. And because of this, the researchers thought of an alternative for the Styrofoam or paper. The researchers thought of the Cogon grass. The cogon grass is one of the problems met by the land owners because it is considered as one of the aggressive invaders of natural and disturbed areas. It disrupts ecosystem functions, reduces wildlife habitat, decreases tree growth and establishment of building success rate, and alters fire regimes and intensity. Meaning, that cogon grass is considered as an odious or just a hindrance to the people. And through it, population of organisms would be lessened. Due to different reasons of nature’s destruction coming from synthetic materials, especially to packaging paraphernalia, biodegradable or recyclable materials are used as its alternatives that had been used by most of the fast food

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