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Bioplastics News Stream

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Bioplastics from agricultural residue, Luminy PLA specs, video of biopolymer research in Australia, bioplastic cup of beer, Kuori's bio-based biodegradable elastic materials, disposable straws report.

One of the most dynamic categories in plastics is for bioplastics aka biopolymers and related bio-based materials made from renewable sources.

The articles PlasticsToday publishes related to this high-interest, fast-accelerating topic represent only the fraction of what’s happening in this market. That’s the idea behind this new curated stream of Tweets drawn from Twitter dedicated to bioplastic news, research, and innovations that will be updated frequently.

To keep the stream fresh, content will be limited to about the last three to four weeks, please check back regularly. 

Latest research on agricultural residue-based bioplastics from North Carolina State University.

TotalEnergies Corbion lays out the specifics of Luminy PLA sustainability.

Video of bioplastics research in Australia.

Bioplastic cup of beer, cheers.

Biobased and biodegradable elastic materials from Kuori top shortlist for renewable materials of the year.

May 2023 report on disposal straws includes bioplastic alternatives gives up a lot of information for free.

Repsol's bio-attributed polyolefins to reduce the medical sector's carbon footprint.

Packioli soap packaging is made from artichoke leaves and pea pod bioplastics.

EcoLogicStudio turns algae into air-purifying biopolymer "tree".

Performance Biofilaments to begin commercial production in Canada of world’s largest nanofibrillated cellulose for products including bioplastics and thin films.

AIMPLAS researching PHA-based barrier coatings for bioplastics.

Biodegradable, hemp-based material created in Canada could prove to be a sustainable substitute for plastic product packaging.

Impressive 3D-printed installation by acclaimed architect is the centerpiece at a London establishment.


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