7 years of research and development and successfully achieved
A unique formula of enzyme technology
Enzyme based Chain-end-Bio-degradation Technology Bio-degradation means transformation and deterioration of polymers solely by living organisms including the micro organisms excreted by them. The process is an active enzymatic reaction over the molecular structure of the ploymer, in this case polyethylene (HDPE). It is a biological process during composting to yeild CO2, water, inorganic compound and biomass. Rate of degradation is consistent with other compostable material such as; cellulose, wood or paper. Process leaves no visible, distinguishable or toxic residue. BIOPLAST has invested more than 7 years of research and development and successfully achieved a unique formula of enzyme based chain-end-biodegradation technology which has been developed to biodegrade in open enviroment and landfills within 18 days after disposal with the lowest cost addition. The formulation, bio-master batch and finished products are all tested according to the applicable EN 13432:2000/ISO 14855 standards.
The formulation of bacteria enzyme based substrate is absolute unique and consists of several ingredients narrowed sown to the enzyme, protein and bacteria compound drawn mainloy from natural resources and madicinal plants to make this process methodology/technology nonhazardous and non-toxic. The formulation is compounded and PE-based(HDPE & LLDPE) and easily to be added to nay existing blown film extrusion line. The finished biodegradable product features the same mechanical and optical properties as a product without the bio-master batch loading. Some Adavntages of BIOPLAST Enzyme based Chain-end-Bio-degradation;
1. Is truly biodegradable and compostable and has been developed to biodegrade in landfills and in open enviornment within 180 days after disposal with the lowest additional cost without needing any high heat industrial composting machine to biodegrade.
2. Is available in nay quantities and is not a threat to the global food supply chain.