What Kind of Green They Said to You?
CASSAPLAST® Bioplastics as a biobased polymer compound is introduced to the market after extensive research and development for years, and offers an alternative solution for conventional plastics replacement.Cassaplast Bioplastics having a sustainable lifecycle, mostly go back to nature in the form of CO2, H2O and biomass.
Plastic waste will stay as plastics compound for 300 years. Traditional plastics are made from non-renewable resources and at the end of their useful life either end up in landfill or polluting our environment. Organics Polyethylene/PE waste bags are slowly being banned because they are difficult for composters to sort out and discard.
Oxo based plastics gives more problem with their Nano Plastics waste.
Do you know the difference between a ‘degradable’ and ‘biodegradable’ plastic? But, unfortunately not many consumers do, and many plastics manufacturers have taken advantage of this, exploiting the term ‘biodegradable’ as their marketing tool.
Compostable plastics-like materials are used in many communities because of the advantages of compostable over paper, better weather durability than paper, reduce non yard waste contamination, and extend truck routes because they take up less space and weigh less.
IT’S TIME TO DO SOMETHING TO OUR HABITATION.
LET’S START USING 100% BIODEGRADABLE & COMPOSTABLE PRODUCTS!
CASSAPLAST® Bioplastics is a very environmental friendly product, 100% biodegradable due to it’s compostability. It only looks like plastics but not creating a mess hie plastic to our environment. We have the whole production line from raw materials to finished products. Unlike regular plastics, CASSAPLAST Bioplastics products are made from a resin derived from Tapioca starches, vegetable oils, compostable polymers and can be consumed by micro~organisms that live in our soils.
Traditional plastics are made from non-renewable resources and at the end of their useful life either end up in landfill or polluting our environment. Organics Polyethylene/PE, waste bags are slowly being banned because they are difficult for composters to sort out an discard. Restaurants, caterers, cafeterias, grocery stores, and food processors create a lot of waste…most of it organic material that should be composted instead of land-filled.