What is it?

PHAs are a series of natural materials similar to wood, cellulose-based materials, proteins, and starch and are renewable and environmentally friendly substitutes to fossil-based plastics.

PHAs are natural eco-friendly bio degradable polymers that are synthesized by microorganisms through bacterial fermentation.  During the fermentation process, bacteria (microorganisms) convert different types of raw material (feedstock) into a product (PHA).  The type and structure of the PHA depends on the feedstock source.

The lifecycle of our products offers a zero-waste alternative, based on a circular model approach.

How can it be used?

PHAs generally exhibit similar properties to petroleum-based polymers and are very versatile in their properties and applications.  Depending on their composition, PHAs can be high-strength, hard, and brittle to low-strength, soft, and elastic.

PHAs can be used for a variety of different applications including but not limited to:

PHA resins are available in different grades/ colors and are suitable for a wide range of applications.

What is the end of life for PHA?

PHAs are a series of natural materials similar to wood, cellulose-based materials, proteins, and starch and are renewable and environmentally friendly substitutes to fossil-based plastics.

PHAs are natural eco-friendly biodegradable polymers that are synthesized by microorganisms through bacterial fermentation.  During the fermentation process, bacteria (microorganisms) convert different types of raw material (feedstock) into a product (PHA).  The type and structure of the PHA depends on the feedstock source.

The lifecycle of our products offers a zero-waste alternative, based on a circular model approach.

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