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Latest Posts Under: Bio Plastics

Bio-Based Polypropylene Market to Expect Unprecedented Growth by 2021!

A recent study by Persistence Market Research Ltd, reveals that bio-based polypropylene market will witness an unprecedented growth in the coming years. Though synthetic polypropylene (PP) is widely used in a variety of applications such as textiles, stationery, plastic parts, and other consumer items, it renders negative impact on environment and health. Also, the rising …

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Factors Driving India’s Bioplastics Production

Bioplastics are plastics produced from renewable biomass sources such as vegetable fats and oils, corn starch, straw, woodchips, sawdust, recycled food waste, etc. The largest application of bioplastics in India is for packaging which accounts for 60% of the overall market share. They are used in the manufacturing of bottles, loose-fill, cups, pots, blows, flexible …

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Potential of Bio plastics and their effects

          

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Types of Biodegradable Plastics

Biodegradable plastics are here and are answers to our plastic wastage solution. Made from natural materials such as corn oil, orange peels, starch, plants, sugar and so on. These biodegradable plastics decompose faster than the usual plastic as it contains substances that attract microbes to decompose them. Plastics are made from chemicals, which takes years …

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Global Bioplastics Market Prediction: $324 billion by 2030

The demand for bioplastics is on the rise and will capture a huge share of the plastic market. According to recent research, the bioplastics market will control 5% of the plastic market share by 2020. It is predicted that bioplastics will control 40% by 2030. This could propel the bioplastics market to a value of …

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