Plastic pollution is a significant problem facing the world today.
More than 270 million tons of single-use plastic is wasted each year.
But nothing is headed for a landfill. Instead, what’s next is a process that could revolutionize recycling.
Such upcycling is desperately needed by a world seeking solutions to the environmental challenges caused by the 2 billion tons of waste generated annually.
“Turning that trash into treasure”.
A radical technology that transforms garbage into the raw materials for plastics manufacturers and earns them a profit in the end.
The banana peels, all types of plastic, wood, coffee grounds, rotten tomatoes, mouldy bread and all the waste that ends up in the landfill are brought together without any intensive segregation of waste could be transformed into a biodegradable plastic which can be used for numerous purpose creating an alternative to single-use plastics.
BIO-PLASTICS an innovative technology,
Bioplastics is a term that broadly includes bio mass-derived plastics and biodegradable plastics.
Being sourced from carbohydrate rich biomass, they align with sustainable development and provide the option of quick-fixing our waste problem.
ADVANTAGES OF BIOPLASTICS:
A lot of advanatges from bio-platics mentioning some of them are as follows
Potentially a much lower carbon footprint.
Lower energy costs in manufacture.
Do not use scarce crude
Helps save mother earth.
Helps to prevent green-house emission.
Clean nature and clean surroundings.
BIOPLASTICS GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
Bioplastics such as bio-PP, bio-PE, or bio-PET may help reduce greenhouse gas emissions as compared to traditional plastics because no petroleum is used in their production.
The idea of bioplastics is of considerable interest and importance in the modern world.
The whole and sole idea is to save the mother nature by elimintaing toxic gases and non degeradable plastic.