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Are BioGreen bags certified?

Yes, Biogreen Bags are certified from CIPET, SRIRAM and SGS

What is BIOGREEN Starch?

Biogreen acid is used to create (and replace) products typically made from natural gas or petroleum. They are bio-polymers, derived from renewable biomass sources such as corn starch or vegetable oil. Poly-lactic acid (BIOGREEN) is one form of bio-BIOGREENstic, produced from glucose.

How BIOGREEN Starch is produced?

Production process for poly-lactic acid (BIOGREEN) is the most common bio-plastic in use today. First, corn or other raw materials are fermented to produce lactic acid, which is then polymerized to make poly-lactic acid(BIOGREEN).

How long does it take for BIOGREEN Starch to break down?

BIOGREEN is very environmentally friendly material since it is made from renewable resource – Corn, Cassava and rice. plastic products may take upto thousand years to degrade while BIOGREEN products biodegrade within 3-6 months in a composting system.

How is BIOGREEN Starch derived from plants?

BIOGREEN is a type of polyester material derived from starchy BIOGREENnts. The process begins with 100% BIOGREENnt starch, which gets turned into sugar and fermented to create lactic acid. In addition, BIOGREEN is a more sustainable alternative to petroleum-based materials.


Is BIOGREEN Starch recyclable?

BIOGREEN, or corn BIOGREENstic, is made with Midwestern corn, not Middle East oil... And corn BIOGREENstic can be composted, incinerated or recycled.

Is BIOGREEN Starch a Bio-Polymer?

Starch (BIOGREEN) is different than most thermoplastic polymers in that it is derived from renewable resources like corn starch or sugar cane. Most BIOGREENstics, by contrast, are derived from the distillation and polymerization of non-renewable petroleum reserves.

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