Have You Used Biobased Bag?
As a biobased bag supplier, we offer biobased products in addition to biobased bag, such as biobased plastic cutlery, cup and so on. Have you used the biobased products? Do you know the biobased material? OK, let’s learn something from this article.
Since the start of the global plastic restriction order, companies all over the world have responded to the call. This must be the future trend! It will replace plastic bags and reduce non-degradable white pollution, which is reflected in garbage bags in daily life and shopping bags. They will be made of bio-based materials.
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This contains garbage bags, as you can see from the picture. When you enter our platform, you will find that we are specialized in producing environmentally friendly and sustainable products, and we have been committed to producing and manufacturing sustainable products for many years. Now, our professional team is expanding more value-added natural degradable materials.
It uses renewable biomass as raw materials, including crops and their waste, such as straws, etc., and is a new material manufactured through biological, chemical, and physical methods. It has the advantages of energy saving, emission reduction, environmental protection, and renewable raw materials. It also has good biodegradability characteristics.
Life cycle of bio-based materials
Bio-based materials are derived from biomass that grows through photosynthesis, from which chemical monomers required for the synthesis of polymer raw materials are extracted, and then polymerized into polymers through microbial or chemical synthesis methods. After a series of processing steps such as plasticization and coloring, various products are finally produced. When bio-based materials are discarded, they can be converted into non-toxic small molecules such as water and carbon dioxide through biodegradation methods such as combustion or composting, and re-enter the natural circulation.
Bio-based material classification
Bio-based materials can be divided into five major categories: bio-based plastics, bio-based platform compounds, amino acid bio-based materials, polysaccharide bio-based materials, and wood-plastic composite materials.
Bio-based platform compounds are chemical monomers that polymerize into raw material polymers, such as lactic acid, 1,3-propanediol, etc.;
Bio-based plastics are currently the most widely used and in-depth researched bio-based materials. Representative products include polylactic acid, polyhydroxy fatty acid esters, etc.;
Bio-based plastics solve the problems caused by petroleum-based plastics
Polysaccharide bio-based materials include hyaluronic acid, xanthan gum, etc., which are used in the food industry, textile and cosmetics industries;
Representative products of amino acid bio-based materials include soy protein and polyaspartic acid;
Wood-plastic composite materials are composite materials prepared by combining natural plant fiber materials and petroleum-based plastics, and are widely used in the fields of building structural parts, indoor and outdoor decoration and decoration.