Biodegradation is a degradation of the materials into environmentally acceptable products as water, carbon dioxide, and biomass by the action of naturally available microorganisms under normal environmental conditions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Plastic products that could biodegrade in landfill or compostable facility by microbes to be moisture, gasses, and biomass.
There are two ways: using bio-resin/bioplastic (sugar-based like corn) or the other one is using petroleum resin with biodegradable plastic additive.
Biodegradation processes can be occurred in landfills or in Compostable facilities (depend on each country’s waste management).
Plastics that use Biopigmenia will not oxidize in the environment, in landfills, or in the compostable facility. Microbe consume that kind of plastic little by little therefore no microplastic is produced
We have tested various types of petroleum resin which use BioPigmenia in third-party laboratories to use the ASTM D5511 method “Standard Test Method for Determining Anaerobic Biodegradation of Plastic Materials Under High-Solids Anaerobic-Digestion Conditions”.
BioPigmenia is a plastic additive to make plastic become biodegradable plastics.
All of the petroleum-based resin such as PP, PE, PET, PS, EVA, Polyester, etc.
Make usual plastic from petroleum-based to be biodegradable plastic easier, cheaper, only use one machine, and no special condition storage needed.