Biodegradable plastics bags

2022-09-22 18:02:50 Kristal

Biodegradable plastics refer to a class of plastics that are degraded by the action of naturally occurring microorganisms such as bacteria, molds (fungi), and algae. 

The ideal biodegradable plastic is a polymer material with excellent performance, which can be completely decomposed by environmental microorganisms after being discarded, and finally, be unorganized to become an integral part of the carbon cycle in nature.

 "Paper" is a typical biodegradable material, while "synthetic plastic" is a typical polymer material. Therefore, biodegradable plastics are polymer materials that have the properties of both "paper" and "synthetic plastics".

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Biodegradable plastics, also known as biodegradable plastics, refer to the degradation caused by the action of microorganisms existing in nature under natural conditions such as soil and/or sandy soil and specific conditions such as composting conditions or anaerobic digestion conditions or aqueous culture solutions. , and eventually, completely degrade into carbon dioxide (CO₂) or/and methane (CH₄), water (H₂O), and the mineralized inorganic salts of the elements it contains, as well as new biomass plastics.