"Sustainable bioplastics for a packaging of the future"

The packaging industry is in a relentless search for solutions to combat traditional plastic pollution, with packaging being the largest single-use plastic waste generator in the world. In a context where the European Union is applying legislative pressure on manufacturers to reduce plastic pollution by 2030, bioplastics are emerging as a sustainable and functional alternative, as their composition is not only biodegradable, but also, as they degrade, they do not pollute the environment, unlike conventional plastics. Moreover, bioplastics can be processed in conventional equipment with optimal results in the final product while maintaining similar properties to other plastics and improving the properties of bioplastics such as virgin PLA. The final material is suitable for food contact (FCM) and is also suitable for contact with cosmetic products according to current regulations.

Bioplastics such as PLA-Premium from ADBioplastics are optimal for any type of packaging thanks to their optimised properties that provide similar characteristics to traditional plastics. PLA-Premium is a sustainable alternative as it is compostable and bio-based, in fact, the material disintegrates in 3 months under industrial composting and leaves no trace of environmentally harmful residues. At ADBioplastics, we pride ourselves on providing customised solutions, offering different grades of PLA-Premium to suit each customer’s specific needs.

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Our bio-based and compostable products help to comply with the European Union's Plastics Reduction Directive, which states that by 2030 all packaging must be mandatory recyclable, reusable and/or compostable