PBAT modified materials used in household products
Plastic bags have indeed brought convenience to our lives, but the convenience at this time has brought long-term harm. Plastic bags have low recycling value. In the process of use, they are scattered in city streets, tourist areas, water bodies, roads and railways. In addition to “visual pollution” pollution caused by the side, it also has potential hazards. The plastic structure is stable, not easily degraded by natural microorganisms, and will not separate in the natural environment for a long time. The "Plastic Restriction Order" that came into effect on June 1, 2008 clearly stipulates that shopping malls, supermarkets and bazaars shall not provide free plastic shopping bags and prohibit the use of plastic shopping bags with a thickness less than 0.025 mm. The "plastic restriction order" has achieved certain results after its implementation, which has promoted the development of the environmentally friendly plastic bag industry to a certain extent. PBAT is a thermoplastic biodegradable plastic. It is a copolymer of butylene adipate and butylene terephthalate. It has both the characteristics of PBA and PBT. It has not only good ductility and elongation at break, but also Good heat resistance and impact performance; in addition, it also has excellent biodegradability. It is currently very active in the research of biodegradable plastics and one of the best degradable materials for market applications.

PLA modified materials used in catering packaging

Compared with traditional PE and PP materials, PLA has a higher melting point (about 180°C) and better processability. The hardness and mechanical properties of PLA are similar to those of traditional resins (such as PS), with better transparency and excellent gloss, etc., so it is more suitable for packaging materials.

PLA modified materials used in compostable environ
Plastic products are notorious for leaching toxic chemicals into food. This is because disposable plastics are processed with chemical mixtures including dyes, bleaches and inks. Some of these products are safe, some are not so safe. Disposable tableware (including cups, plates, cutlery, etc.) made of biodegradable materials are more environmentally friendly because they do not leave toxic chemicals or residues. In addition, over time, these products will degrade, releasing nutrients that are beneficial to the earth into the soil.