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  • What is the difference between Bagasse vs. Corn/PLA?

    PLA stands for Polylectic acid and is a resin made from corn starch, while Bagasse Sugarcane products are made from residue of sugarcane extract. Bagasse is typically burned, causing air pollution. The bagasse sugarcane products we sell solves the bagasse waste problem and helps reducing air po...
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  • What is PLA?

    PLA stands for Polylactic acid and is made from corn starch. Lactic acid is made from Dextrose by fermentation. Dextrose is made from corn starch, and corn starch is made from carbon dioxide and water. PLA can be formed into a variety of products. Corn plastic products look and feel like tradit...
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  • What is Bagasse?

    (1).What is Bagasse? Bagasse is sugarcane fiber waste left after juice extraction. (2).Why use Bagasse Sugarcane Products? Sugarcane is a tree-free renewable resource. Historically, bagasse waste has been burned in the fields, and thereby creating pollution. Now, bagasse is used to manufacturer ...
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  • Biodegradable and compostable plastic

    (1).What are Annually Renewable Resources? These are resources that are annually sustainable and are harvested within a 1 year growing season and include items such as corn, potatoes and other crops. (2).What is degradable Plastic? Degradable plastics are oil based and break down through chemica...
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  • Degradation terms

    (1).Plastic ban In China, By 2022, the consumption of disposable plastic products will be significantly reduced, alternative products will be promoted, and the proportion of plastic waste used as resources and energy will be significantly increased. By 2025, a management system for the production...
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  • About the Biodegradable industry

    (1).Plastic ban In China, By 2022, the consumption of disposable plastic products will be significantly reduced, alternative products will be promoted, and the proportion of plastic waste used as resources and energy will be significantly increased. By 2025, a management system for the production...
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  • How much plastic do we eat every day?

    Today’s earth, plastic pollution has become more and more serious. Plastic pollution has appeared on the summit of Mount Everest, on the bottom of the South China Sea more than 3,900 meters deep, in the Arctic ice sheet, and even in the Mariana Trench… In the era of fast-moving goods, we ea...
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