Biological plastics are plastics from grown raw materials as well as biodegradable plastics.
The main material for organic based plastics are cellulose and starch. The plastics are
produced from corn, wheat and potatoes as well as cotton. These plastics, in contrast to common
plastics such as polypropylen, polystyrene, polyethylen etc., are biodegradable.
Usages include packaging foil, disposable dishes and cutlery, as well as bottles.
The material is a compound of polypropylene
copolymer and bio-based high-density polyethylene.
For this material, we use a percentage of 34% bio-
based carbon. Biodegradable plastics can be produced
from a variety of plant-based raw materials.
In addition to cellulose and sugar, it is primarily
starch that plays a key role. The most important
providers of starch are corn, wheat and potatoes.
Thus, this material is also biodegradable.
The composition of this material was changed so
that it now contains at least 94% bio-based carbon.
The main component of this special material is
Brazilian sugar cane which can be processed by
Eco 94 is suitable for all items which are in
contact with food.
Recycling material consists of plastic waste that occurs in production as well as through
regular refuse circulation. These plastics are by type and ground into granulate.
Depending on the technical characteristics of the base material, certain products can be
produced with recycling material.