BioPur Biocomposites

Your compostable choice for disposables & packaging.

Biocomposites made with compositable binders and fast renewable resources. Suitable for disposable and packaging products that needs to biodegrade in home or industrial compost. Benefits of BioPur includes reduced CO2 emissions, prevents pollution and drop-in solution to replace plastics.

For home & industrial compostable products

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BioPur Bamboo

Bamboo is considered one of the most sustainable plant, with its strength compared to steel. It grows faster and sequesters 35% more CO2 than any other plant species.

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BioPur Husk

The ratio of rice-residue to rice-grain is 3:1 for each harvest. Rice-residue is usually discarded or burnt. By using rice husk in our biocomposites we create additional value to farmers.

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BioPur Starch

With starch, you can have very high renewable content and provides you freedom to make products with white and vibrant colors, that may not be possible with lignocellulosic fibers.

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BioPur Wood

Industries using wood as primary material produce huge waste in the form of chips and sawdust – usually discarded or burnt. Using this will not result in deforestation.

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BioPur Stone

Minerals such as calcium carbonate that is derived from limestone are great at reducing cost and improving certain properties of compostable materials.

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BioPur Blends

For high performance and high quality requirements, you need blends of compostable binders that offer properties better than each of them can deliver individually.

Pragmatic and sustainable alternative to plastics

Assurance for quality, safety & compliance

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Looking for the right sustainable solution may not be an easy task. We are happy to support you with the material selection, processing, product engineering, mould development, part manufacturing and provide clarifications about our materials.

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