- Biopropylene is a
patented cereplast resin that contains polyporpylene , starch and a
blend of selective plasticizers to facilitate starch processing. It
is made via reactive
twin-screw extrusion process. It has two-phase morphology.
- To make Biopropylene,
Cereplast compounds traditional oil-based polypropylene with
bio-based materials such as starches from corn, tapioca, wheat and
- The Californian -
based company Cereplast claims that its biopropylene resin is an
industry and could replace traditional polypropylene in the vast
- These bio - resins
replace a significant portion of petroleum - based additives with
materials such as starches from tapioca, corn, wheat, and potatoes,
meeting the demand from consumers and manufacturers for sustainable
- The product from the
Cereplast Hybrid Resins TMfamily is Biopropylene 50 TM, a 50%
petroleum and 50% starch - based resin exhibiting physical
characteristics similar to those of traditional polypropylene.
- Bio-based Chemicals.
- Biopropylene PP-based
- Demonstration of
Biofuel production technology from Non-edible biomass resources.
- New Starch-Based
- Cereplast unveils the
world's first sustainable polypropylene-Biopropylene.
- Patenting new routes
- Corn Starch.
- Company1 from USA.
- Company2 from USA.
- Company3 from USA.
- Consultancy from US.
- Advanced materials
from novel bio-based resins.
- Plant to plastics-can
nature compete in commodity polymers?
- Evolving propylene
- C&L America Inc.
Bio-PET and Bio-propylene.
- Biodegradable polymers
and their practical utility.
- Dow studies bio-based
- New bio-based
propylene to hit the market.
- Cereplast announces
results of greenhouse gases study of biopropylene.
- Forecast of bio-based
- Future of bioplastics
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