The world's first biodegradable plastic pen is ava

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The world's first degradable plastic pen has been launched.

the Brazilian company omocionais has launched a degradable pen. It is reported that this pen has been made of the degradable resin of Cereplast (the proprietary manufacturer of bio based sustainable plastics), which is used to compare the results of Cereplast: multiple experimental characteristic curves can be superimposed, reproduced and amplified with different colors, This application is another breakthrough of resin products of Cereplast in Jean Claude Steinmetz field, chairman of apimc in Brazil

the first batch of resin pens will be produced in Brazil, using degradable resin and polylactic acid polymer materials. The pen adopts Cereplast's composables polylactic acid material (polylactic acid is a brand-new degradable plastic made from fast-growing resource corn through fermentation and chemical polymerization. It has good biocompatibility and biodegradability. Various products made from it can be buried in the soil for 6 to 12 months to complete automatic energy reduction. The research and development of this product has attracted the attention of the United States, Germany, France and other countries.) It is made from corn, wheat, cassava starch and potato starch. The Brazilian company omocionais said that it had been looking for environmentally friendly materials and resins since 2009, and the materials provided by Cereplast coincided with their expectations@ B is the operation normal at all speeds?

fredericscheer, CEO of Cereplast, said that this pen is the perfect application of its composables materials. According to statistics, 10billion pens are thrown away every year, and it will take at least 400 years for these pens to degrade in the soil. Moreover, the greenhouse gas emitted by the production of this biological pen is much less than that of traditional plastic. At the same time, he added that the concept of sustainable development has been deeply popular in South Africa, and many people are willing to spend high fees on some environmental protection products

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