Translate

Arabic Chinese (Simplified) Czech Dutch French German Greek Italian Japanese Korean Portuguese Romanian Russian Spanish Swedish Hungarian Thai Turkish
Content View Hits : 610423

Who is online

We have 196 guests online

MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON & MICROALGAE Institute®
is an officially registered establishment.
#226-039-92.48
by MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON & MICROALGAE Medical®
Reg: 709510/0


ISO 9001:2008 Certified


ALGAEOIL PRICE

CURRENT MICROALGAE OIL PRICE: 0.487 USD/Liter
Request Sample

COOPERATIONS


MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON & MICROALGAE Institute is a participant of
United Nations Global Compact

gc_endorser_en

MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON & MICROALGAE Institute is Official Partner of
World Algae Producers & Researchers Association - WAPRA


Kisumu Kids Empowerment Organization -KENYA
is a partner of
MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON & MICROALGAE Institute


kkeo
MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON & MICROALGAE Institute is
Official Partner of
Green Africa Network

greenafrica

MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON & MICROALGAE Institute is Official Partner of
Bali Women's Union of Farming Group
BAWUFAG_1
SUSTAINABLE AND THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN & CHILDREN

MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON & MICROALGAE Institute is Official Partner of
International Microalgae Research,
Grant & Appraisal Council - IMARGAC

imagrgacs

 

JoomlaWatch Stats 1.2.9 by Matej Koval
Bioplastic Print E-mail

Bioplastics, Biopolymers, Biodegradable Plastics

 We are producing Bioplastic from Spirulina dregs. When we extract some of useful materials from Spirulina microalgae, a large volume of Spirulina dregs are producing as a byproduct.
By our newly developed method, we are producing bioplastics (biodegradable plastics) with Spirulina dregs.
We are not supporting to produce bioplastics with foods. We have to produce bioplastics with other waste products and non-foods.

Bioplastics (also called organic plastics) are a form of plastics derived from renewable biomass sources, such as microalgae, vegetable oil, corn starch, pea starch or microbiota , rather than fossil fuel plastics which are derived from petroleum.

Because of their biological biodegradability, the use of bioplastics is especially popular for disposable items, such as packaging and catering items (crockery, cutlery, pots, bowls, straws). The use of bioplastics for shopping bags is already very common. After their initial use they can be reused as bags for organic waste and then be composted. Trays and containers for fruit, vegetables, eggs and meat, bottles for soft drinks and dairy products and blister foils for fruit and vegetables are also already widely manufactured from bioplastics.

Non-disposable applications include mobile phone casings and car interiors, fuel line and plastic pipe applications, and new electroactive bioplastics are being developed that can be used to carry electrical current. In these areas, the goal is not biodegradability, but to create items from sustainable resources.

Biodegradable plastics are plastics that will decompose in the natural environment. Biodegradation of plastics can be achieved by enabling microorganisms in the environment to metabolize the molecular structure of plastic films to produce an inert humus-like material that is less harmful to the environment. They may be composed of either bioplastics, which are plastics whose components are derived from renewable raw materials, or petroleum-based plastics. The use of bio-active compounds compounded with swelling agents ensures that, when combined with heat and moisture, they expand the plastic's molecular structure and allow the bio-active compounds to metabolize and neutralize the plastic.

biop1
biop2
biop3
biop4
biop5


 
Random Content