• why pbat is compostable?

    PRESS RELEASE MICROBES FULLY METABOLIZE BIODEGRADABLE PLASTICS Berlin, 16 August 2018 – Researchers at ETH Zurich and the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag) succeeded in an interdisciplinary study to demonstrate that soil microorganisms metabolically utilised...
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  • Composting

    Compostability is a clear benefit when plastic items are mixed with biowaste. Under theseconditions, mechanical recycling is not feasible, neither for plastics nor biowaste. The use ofcompostable plastics makes the mixed waste suitable for organic recycling (composting),enabling the shift from re...
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  • What is PLA, and what is it used for?

    Polylactic Acid (PLA) is different than most thermoplastic polymers in that it is derived from renewable resources like corn starch or sugar cane. Most plastics, by contrast, are derived from the distillation and polymerization of nonrenewable petroleum reserves. Plastics that are derived from b...
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  • Raw material of PLA straw

    PLA is a degradable straw. It is made of a new type of bio based and renewable biodegradable material, which is called PLA, also known as polylactic acid. It is made of starch raw materials proposed by renewable plant resources (such as corn, cassava, etc.) and can be degraded. Ordinary plastic s...
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  • What do you know about PLA fully degradable plastic bags?

    Since the implementation of the plastic restriction order in 2008, the annual growth of plastic products has been reduced from 20% to less than 3%, but the pollution is still serious, and the increase of plastic has greatly offset the actual results of plastic restriction. The previous plastic re...
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  • Degradable plastic bags replace traditional plastic bags, which are environmentally friendly and practical

    The white pollution brought by plastic bags is becoming more and more serious, and has been paid great attention to. The state issued a new ban on plastic, which makes degradable plastic bags the choice to solve the white pollution problem and become the substitute of traditional plastic bags. Al...
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  • Market prospect of degradable plastic bag

    Biodegradable plastics, also known as green plastics, can be completely or partially converted into water, CO2 / methane, energy and new biomass under the action of microorganisms (bacteria and fungi). Biodegradable plastic bags, in accordance with the standard of plastic bags in certain conditio...
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  • What is PLA?

    PLA is a brief English abbreviation of PLA, all written as: polyactive acid Polylactide, also known as polylactide, belongs to the polyester family. PLA is a polymer which is polymerized with lactic acid as the main raw material, and its raw material is full of resources and can be regenerated. I...
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  • Please buy the right PLA stretch film

    Today, with the increasing awareness of environmental protection, degradable plastic products are strongly promoted. Many people don’t know what degradation means, especially the degradable winding film. Here, the manufacturer of wrapping film will explain it to you. Some customers and manu...
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  • Does degradable tableware really have a future?

    Does degradable tableware really have a future?

    It is an inevitable trend for PLA degradable tableware to replace disposable plastics 1. 100% biodegradable: PLA is made of starch from renewable plant resources (such as corn, cassava, etc.), which is a new type of bio based and renewable biodegradable material. The starch material is saccharif...
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  • PLA degradable plastic bag material

    PLA degradable plastic bag material

    Under the influence of the global “plastic restriction” and “plastic prohibition” laws, large-scale plastic restriction has begun in some parts of the world, and domestic plastic prohibition policies have been gradually implemented. The demand for fully degradable plastics...
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  • How to identify degradable garbage bags

    How to identify degradable garbage bags

    Degradable plastics are biochemical materials such as starch and cellulose. Usually, under natural conditions, the degradation time is about 100 days. That is to say, the shelf life of degradable plastic bags is only about three months. Even if not, in five months, natural degradation will occur....
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