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Among flexible packaging, the recycling of outer packaging composite bags and aluminum foil bags that contain toxic and hazardous materials is a pain point in the industry. In the ever-evolving landscape of sustainable solutions, finding environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional products remains crucial. With growing concerns over plastic pollution and its harmful effects on ecosystems, the demand for biodegradable packaging materials continues to increase. To meet this need, BioPack has been spearheading research and development efforts to launch fully biodegradable paper-plastic composite bags as a promising solution.
Currently, biodegradable materials include PLA, PBAT, PHA and other materials. These materials will become brittle within one year after being produced and compounded with paper. Traditional food packaging is mainly made of non-biodegradable plastics and has long been a source of environmental problems. The persistence of plastic waste in landfills and oceans highlights the urgency of finding environmentally friendly alternatives. In response, manufacturers have turned their attention to biodegradable materials derived from renewable resources. Among these alternatives, paper-plastic composite bags have emerged as the front-runner, combining the durability of plastic with the biodegradability of paper.
Fully biodegradable paper-plastic composite bag
Fully biodegradable paper-plastic composite bags are made of kraft paper, composite glue, PLA (PBAT) and other degradable materials, PVA degradable composite film, ink and other materials. The testing of materials is carried out in accordance with national standards and EU standards. Enterprise standards, various physical tests are in accordance with national testing standards. Fully biodegradable paper-plastic composite bag products generally pass EU Packaging Materials Directive, EU EN13432 and other test certifications.
Compared with traditional packaging materials, biodegradable paper-plastic composite bags have many advantages:
Environmental Sustainability: Unlike traditional plastic bags that take centuries to decompose, biodegradable composite bags naturally decompose into organic matter, reducing the burden on landfills and marine ecosystems.
Renewable resources: These bags are often made from renewable materials, such as plant-based polymers and sustainably sourced paper, minimizing reliance on finite fossil fuels.
Versatility: Biodegradable composite bags are suitable for a variety of food packaging needs, including fresh produce, snacks and baked goods. They maintain product freshness while providing sustainable packaging solutions.
Consumer demands: As people's awareness of environmental issues continues to increase, consumers are actively seeking products packaged in environmentally friendly materials. Biodegradable composite bags meet this need, providing a guilt-free packaging option.
In pursuit of sustainable development, the development of biodegradable paper-plastic composite bags represents an important milestone in the development of packaging materials. Combining environmental friendliness, functionality and consumer appeal, these innovative bags have the potential to reduce plastic pollution and promote a circular economy. As awareness grows and demand for eco-friendly packaging continues to grow, biodegradable composite bags will play a key role in shaping a more sustainable future for the food packaging industry and beyond.