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Record number 548420
Title Bioplastics voor herstel ecosystemen
Author(s) Molenveld, K.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen Food & Biobased Research
Department(s) BBP Sustainable Chemistry & Technology
Publication type Sound recording (professional)
Publication year 2018
Keyword(s) biobased economy - bioplastics - biobased materials - biopolymers - ecosystems - biomass - residual streams - organic wastes
Categories Industrial Sector
About Het idee voor waarde terugwinning uit de reststroom van de patatproductie leverde het zeer innovatieve zetmeel-gebaseerde bioplastics op. De langlopende samenwerking tussen Rodenburg Biopolymers en Wageningen University and Research heeft geleid tot bioplastics met aantrekkelijke eigenschappen voor vormgegeven eindproducten. De bioafbreeebare elementen voor hestel van ecosystemen (BESE) exploiteert volop dat kenmerk van volledig afbreekbaarheid in een natuurlijk omgeving. De bioplastics leveren een tijdelijk structuur voor ecosystemen om te groeien. Zie hoe het product helpt bij herstel van ecosystemen, zoals zoutwater vegetatie, mossel- en oesterbedden, zeegras, mangroves, en koraalriffen.
About The original idea to recover value out of side streams from the fries production has resulted in the innovative potato starch based bioplastics. Rodenburg Biopolymers and Wageningen University and Research together enhanced the properties of the bioplastics (e.g., brittleness and deterioration time) to match end-product requirements. Biodegradable Elements for Starting Ecosystems (BESE) exploits its characteristic of full biodegradability in an natural environment, making it a great environmental friendly material to restore degraded coastal ecosystems. The bioplastics temporarily facilitate habitat modifiers, enabling ecosystem development. See how it supports ecosystem restoration of salt marsh vegetation, mussel beds, mangroves, oyster reefs, seagrass beds, and coral reefs, worldwide.
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