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The term ‘Marine Degradable’ often refers to a material’s ability to biodegrade completely in a given timeframe within ocean environmental conditions such as an aerobic ocean environment or anaerobic marine sediments, leaving no hazardous chemicals or residue (no ecotoxicity).
Biodegradability refers to a polymeric substance’s ability to be broken down by microorganisms in the surrounding environment.
Because the amount, diversity, and activity of microorganisms, as well as environmental factors, vary in nature, so will the specific microbial degradation at a given location and time.
Plastics are used in a variety of sectors, including consumer products, packaging, textiles, agriculture and horticulture.
Rising consumer awareness of eco-friendly plastic alternatives, as well as increased attempts to limit the usage of traditional plastics, are likely to boost Marine- degradable plastics market growth.
The GLOBAL MARINE-DEGRADABLE PLASTICS MARKET accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Toppan Printing Co. and GSI Creos Corp., a leading maker of synthetic fibres, have collaborated to create such biodegradable materials. Among these items are shopping bags, garbage bags, and silverware.
After overcoming remaining obstacles such as cost reduction, the firms want to provide these items to convenience shops in the future.
The business has created a shopping bag that degrades the water. The product employs a biodegradable resin obtained from a variety of sources, including maize.
The bag is touted to be the world’s first of its kind, capable of carrying up to 8 kilos, a standard that traditional equivalents are generally obliged to carry, and capable of mass production.They also intend to broaden the range of applications for production.
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