Biodegradable Plastic Bag
Biodegradable plastic bags are a packaging solution to minimise conventional plastics and pollution issues in the supply chain. Biopolymer bags convert carbohydrates derived from potato plants into amorphous, a natural bio-based polymer. This polymer is then integrated with conventional plastics, recycled plastics, and bioplastics to enhance its durability and lightweight while preserving its degradability.
Durable and Lightweight
The enhanced film strength of biodegradable plastic bags allows for a reduction in the required thickness. Degradable plastic bags are much more durable than their fossil-based counterparts due to a unique manufacturing process combining plant-based polymers with conventional plastics, resulting in increased tensile strength and lightweightness.
After disintegrating into biomaterial in soil or ocean beds, plastic bags undergo a thorough seven-cycle recycling process and thus do not contribute to plastic pollution by clogging oceans, waterways, or ecosystems. By reducing the need to source plastic from fossil fuels, biodegradable plastic bags also reduce carbon footprints, creating a cleaner and greener future.
Ensure Biodegradability and Sustainability Assurance
Sustainable plastic bags facilitate biodegradation without fragmentation in a simulated maritime environment, enabling PBAT (Polybutylene Adipate Terephthalate) to decompose concurrently.
Renewable plastic bags have TUX ok compost & marine biodegradable certification, validating their ability to biodegrade under specific conditions and certification as 100% USA Certified biobased products, confirming their sustainability. A wide array of customisation options is available for tailored solutions to meet specific requirements and preferences.
- Made from a natural bio-based polymer derived from potato plants
- Enhanced film strength and lightweight
- Thorough seven-cycle recycling process
- Reduces carbon footprints
- Facilitates biodegradation without fragmentation in simulated maritime environments
- Enables concurrent decomposition of PBAT (Polybutylene Adipate Terephthalate).
- TUX ok compost & marine biodegradable certification.
- Certified as 100% USA Certified biobased product