Made from renewable resources Corn Starch
The raw materials are derived from renewable resources such as corn and cassava, and do not contain ordinary plastic components such as PE and PP. They are truly green products. Crops such as corn and cassava absorb carbon dioxide and water during the production process, and the products are degraded into carbon dioxide and water after being discarded, thus forming an absorption and discharge balance in nature. According to the carbon footprint measurement of the European Organization ISO, compared with petroleum-based PE plastics, 2.2 tons of carbon dioxide emissions can be reduced per ton of PLA products. It can be seen that the use of bio-based materials can not only protect valuable petroleum resources, but also reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Decompose within 90 days in the industrial compost environment
Biodegradable plastics take three to six months to 100% biodegradable and compostable fully. That's much quicker than synthetic counterparts that take several hundred years.
Compared to the traditional plastic, save over 30% petrochemical resource. Compared to the traditional plastic, it can reduce over 40% CO2 emissions; No phthalate, no biphenyl A, non-toxic and pollution-free.