Bio-based material

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Bio-based material

A material made from living matter, such as agricultural crops. Bio-based materials are usually biodegradable.
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According to the science-based company , it delivers innovative solutions that nourish, protect and improve performance in global markets such as food and dietary supplements, personal care, feed, medical devices, automotive, paints, electrical and electronics, life protection, alternative energy and bio-based materials.
The company delivers innovative solutions that nourish, protect, and improve performance in global markets such as food and dietary supplements, personal care, feed, medical devices, automotive, paints, electrical and electronics, life protection, alternative energy, and bio-based materials.
The industrial development of this process could establish Europe as a world leader on the market of bio-based materials.
TUF developed the three-ply film structure for the Oakland Brand compostable bag, sourcing the bio-based materials with optimum barrier properties required for coffee.
There is a pressure to have more and more articles made from toxin-free, natural, bio-based materials rather than from synthetic materials that present some environmental problems.
The new measures include support for promoting 27 region-specific industries, including marine tourism, new energy technology and bio-based materials, as well as developing 11 new industries, including future cars, robots and next generation software and online security.
While each company's approach is unique, the lessons learned from the first wave of bio-based materials and chemicals scale-ups and product launches provide valuable insights and lessons," said Julia Allen, Lux Research analyst and lead author of the report titled, "Synthetic Biology: Applications and Lessons Learned in the Field of Bio-based Materials and Chemicals.
Seven of the projects are aimed at replacing fossil-based materials with bio-based materials.
Coca Colas Del Valle Reserva, which uses the Tetra Prisma Aseptic 1000with plastics derived from sugar cane, was recognised by WorldStar for its use of bio-based materials.
The recently launched all-electric Soul EV demonstrates how cars can be green before they even leave the factory through using significant quantities of recycled bio-based materials in its interior.
Much of OBAC's interest in bio-based materials was driven by concerns about peak oil, including potential future resin shortages and volatile prices.