ADBioplastics primed to help EU manufacturers transition to circular economy

The ADBioplastics core team, with CEO José Manuel Suárez (far-L) and CMO Lorena Garcia © ADBioplastics

ADBioplastics has developed a biodegradable and compostable bioplastic additive for use in food packaging and is seeking up to €5m in funding 

As European manufacturers prepare to meet mandated landfill reduction and recycling targets for packaging products, Spanish startup ADBioplastics believes its bioplastic additive material – slated for commercial launch in 2020 – is well positioned to take advantage of this new growth market.To date, 8.3bn metric tons of plastics have been manufactured globally, a figure which is expected to reach 12bn metric tons by 2050. A recent study of 259 plastic bottles of bottled drinking water sold by 11 brands revealed micro-plastic contamination of the water in 93% of bottles examined. In r...
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