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Three bio-based & bioplastics companies based out of NCL’s VentureCentre, Pune

Came across three companies working out of VentureCentre, the commercial arm of National Chemical Lab (NCL), Pune: ZeroPlast – company making biodegradable paper cups BioIMed Innovations – uses natural silks for medical implants Orthocrafts Innovations – biosorabable medical implants

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Non-food crops as feedstock for bioplastics: Is there a critical need?

What is the real challenge? The food crisis is affecting over three billion people—half the world’s population. The Bioplastics Industry contribute to this existing global food crisis by taking over large areas of land previously used to grow crops used as food for human consumption or as feed for animals. This has pushed every bioplastics manufacturer […]

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Posted in: Bio Energy, Bioplastics

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Are durable bioplastics the real growth story for the bioplastics sector?

Introduction The motivational driver to the innovation of bioplastics technology was to tackle our addiction to the disposable-everything habit. The disposable-everything eased our lives, but took a huge toll on our environment which lead to the development of biodegradable/compostable disposables to ease off the problems created by us to the environment. In 2010, disposable bioplastics […]

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Posted in: Bio Energy, Bioplastics, Emerging Cleantech Areas, Waste to Energy

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Edible Carry Bags – Non-plastic, Biodegradable Bags – Indian Innovation

Mangalore based entrepreneur Ashwath Hegdehad, with his company Envigreen Biotech India Private Ltd in 2016 in Bengaluru, has come up with 100 per cent environment friendly and biodegradable bags. “The EnviGreen (EG) bags are 100 per cent organic, edible and recyclable which will eliminate plastic from our country,” says Hegde. EG carry bags look like […]

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Bioplastics Uses and Applications – Current, Emerging Markets – Bioplastics Guide

The Bioplastics Guide, an initiative by EAI, is a focussed consulting and market research division for the global bioplastics and biopolymers sectors. The Guide has an interesting section that provides an overview of the end use segments and applications for bioplastics. Get to know more about the current and emerging end use segments for bioplastics […]

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Overview of Bioplastics – Classifications, Feedstock, Uses, End of Life Options – Bioplastics Guide

The Bioplastics Guide, which was started by EAI as a specialized division to provide strategy and market consulting for the bioplastics and biopolymers segments, has a useful section that provides an overview of bioplastics. The following are the main topics discussed in this section: Bioplastics and its classification Feedstock used to make Bioplastics Biodegradable plastics […]

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Bioplastics Market & Strategy Consulting – from Bioplastics Guide

EAI had been studying the bioplastics industry for the past few years and in the recent past we had the opportunity to look at the sector, in India and worldwide at close quarters. Based on these, we have put together an exclusive team to provide strategic and market consulting for the global bioplastics industry. If […]

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Can plant material be used to make plastics?

Can we make plastics out of plants? Of course yes! That is indeed what the domain of bioplastics is all about. Bioplastics is a long and fascinating topic. Here are the nice folks at the Cleantech Guide providing a concise overview of bioplastics and its applications. Also check out: EAI Consulting for Bio-energy & Biofuels, Bioplastics […]

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Are bioplastics a good substitute for conventional plastics?

One way to reduce plastic pollution is to replace it/substitute it with an equivalent alternative that do not pose the same environmental threats as does plastic. Is there such a substitute available? Well, bioplastics is a contender to the throne. But how good a substitute is bioplastics to conventional plastics? Here are the folks at […]

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The Bioplastics Guide – Intelligence on the bioplastics industry for investors

The Bioplastics Guide, launched recently, provides a strategic overview of the small but fast-growing global bioplastics sector. With plastic pollution becoming an important concern for many countries, there is a move towards alternatives to plastics, and bioplastics is one of them. The bioplastics market is however nascent, and hence there are significant uncertainties for investors […]

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