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Kunststoffe international 2011/05

Packaging Materials: Biopolymers as a Sustainable Alternative?

Packaging Materials: Biopolymers as a Sustainable Alternative?

As natural materials biopolymers are expected to solve the disposal problems of current plastic packaging. But can they really do this with no ifs and buts? What about competition with the food chain? Do they deliver the ecological, service and disposal advantages expected of them to their full extent? The following article attempts to answer these questions.

Hans-Josef Endres

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2 Endres, H.-J.; Siebert, A.; Kitzler, A.-S.: Biopolymers – a discussion on end of life options. Bioplastics Magazine 01/08, pp. 22–25.

3 Endres, H.-J.; Kitzler, A.-S.: “End-of-life Options” von Biopolymeren Duisburg: 3. Biokunststoffe Tagung, Carl Hanser Verlag, Munich 2009.

4 Endres, H.-J. Siebert-Raths, A.: Technische Biopolymere. Carl Hanser Verlag, Munich 2009.

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