Companies from all sectors of the economy are increasingly committing to put Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria in the core of their decision-making process. Environmental criteria relates to how the company performs in respect to the planet and nature.
For quite a while, wood chips have been viewed with a somewhat critical eye for several reasons: first and foremost, they are often not residues from woodworking activities but chopped trees. While still a natural material, this involves resource-intensive forestry, which is not necessarily ecological.
While plant-based alternatives to petrochemical plastics are an attractive option, plant protein-based bioplastics present their own challenges. Specifically, many plant-protein bioplastic studies are targeted toward biodegradable food packaging materials...
While the replacement of synthetic microbeads is in full swing – especially in the personal care industry – natural alternatives have posed certain challenges for R&D professionals.
After a series of tests and industrial trials, the BioPowder.com team proudly presents a new line of functional powders: