bioplast

bioplast

(ˈbaɪəʊˌplæst)
n
(Biology) a very small unit of bioplasm
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The new compostable bags cost 6p each and are made of a biodegradable material, called Bioplast, designed to be completely domestically compostable within 12 months.
The new compostable bags are made from a product called Bioplast designed to be completely domestically compostable within 12 months.
The supermarket's compostable bags are made of Bioplast, a material which is designed to be break down within 12 months.
The grocer's new compostable bags are made of a bio-degradable material, called Bioplast.
The grocer's new compostable bags are made of a bio-degradable material, called Bioplast, and are designed to be completely domestically compostable within 12 months.
Bioplast 500 has been chosen as additive to introduce a bio-derived charge: it is a starch-derived polymer from Biotec (German company).
Some promising experimental materials were also included: Bioplast (BP), thermoplastic potato starch-copolycstcr; Mirel (Ml), polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB).
25 November 2015 - US-based BioPlast Manufacturing, a manufacturer of plastic components used primarily for the medical research, clinical diagnostic and biotech environments, has acquired Kord-Valmark, a US manufacturer of petri dishes, the company said.
Land use for bioplastics 2071 and 2016 Graph showing global land-use Global land area 13.4 billion ha = 100% Global agricultural area 5 billion ha = 37% GLOBAL AGRICULTURAL AREA Pasture 3.5 billion ha = 70% * Arable land 1.4 billion ha = 30% * Food & Feed 1.29 billion ha = 27% * Material use 100 billion ha = 2% * Biofuels 55 billion ha = 1% * Bioplastics 2011: 300.00 ha = 0.006% * 2016: 1.1 million ha = 0.022% * Source: European Biopiastics/Institute for Bioplast and Biocomposites (October 2012) FAO * In relation to global agricultural area.
Italian packaging printer, Bioplast, and prepress and graphics service provider, Mavigrafica are enjoying a mutually beneficial commercial relationship after both companies turned to the Kodak Flexcel NX Digital Flexographic System.
BioPak's compostable netting was commercialized last October using potato-starch-based BioPlast resin from Biotec GmbH in Germany plus other bio-based ingredients.
The bag it will be posted out in is a material called bioplast made from potato starch.