A revolution against plastic waste
With plastic production growing and expected to double in the next 20 years,
a movement is starting which will disrupt the way handle the plastic
The Change Plastic for Good movementrepresents a new way forward with a clear message to businesses and consumers alike. The butterfly represents the most regenerative and sustainable products made with Biodegradable Plastic biotechnology, but it's so much more than that..
What we have
What is BDPR?
Biodegradable Plastic is an organic ingredient that is
blended into plastic, rubber, foam...
even fabric. Products made with Biodegradable Plastic
maintain all the same properties as
regular plastic. The shelf life, appearance, recyclability, clarity, and strength all remain. When these products are discarded, naturally occurring microbes consume them entirely, leaving behind only natural remnants.
What are the benefits of Biodegradable Plastic?
Easy to Use
What Biodegradable Plastic is Not.
Wasting Resources +
Plastic Needs a Better End of Life
Biodegradable Plastic is the perfect solution for products we use every day. It is what happens after its use that creates problems
Our strategy is based on our long-term vision of creating a better ending. Better for the planet, better for the consumers and better for businesses that rely on plastic to deliver great products that their customers love
How does Biodegradable Plastic work?
Biodegradable Plastic is made up of nutrients found in organic crude oil. These nutrients are consumed as a natural food source for microbes, with natural gas as a byproduct. These nutrients, which are normally burned during processing, are fused onto the polymer chain, tricking the microbes into thinking the Biodegradable Plastic treated plastics are the same food source. Once the product is discarded into landfill, oceans or under the soil, the microbes utilize the plastic as a food and energy source, accelerating the biodegradation process. What used to take thousands of years, now takes only a few years as microbes consume the entire product. The only thing that remains is the same byproducts as decaying organic matter: biomass and biogas that can be captured to produce clean energy.