For years we've filled our landfills with plastics and storage containers that will, in essence, sit and not rot. The scientific word for "rotting" is biodegradation, the process by which organic materials are broken down by other living things.
While more and more companies in the food distribution and delivery realm use less non-biodegradable packing, the need to increase the overall adoption of natural plastics is profound. From cellophanes to zip-close bags to beverage cups to containers, there are several options that are both sturdy and better for the environment.
Natural Plastics is an education portal to the world of biodegradable plastic packaging. We hope you'll find the information herein helpful as you, either in personal use or in your businesses practices, work with us to preserve natural resources and conserve energy!