Discover the possibilities and applications of Rodenburg Biopolymers.
Biodegradable polymers are predominantly used in sectors where this property may be a functional advantage during their use or their end-of-life, like agriculture, horticulture, and flexible packaging. Or driven by laws and regulations. Discover our biobased biodegradable and biobased durable products and projects.
Rodenburg operates in the green area: Biobased products
The term “biodegradable” refers to a material’s ability to decompose via microbial activity. Biodegradability and compostability both refer to a product end-of-life. Our biodegradable compounds all have a certain Biobased content.
The term “biobased” refers to material feedstock sourcing – the beginning of a products life cycle. A biobased material is made from renewable plant or animal feedstocks or an equivalent amount of feedstock is being used. The terms “biobased,” “renewable,” and “biotic” are interchangeable. Bioplastics can be made from an equally diverse range of feedstocks, including corn starch, sugarcane, and a wide variety of other sources like potatoes, algae, mycelium (mushroom “roots”), and food waste.
Your partner in biobased biodegradable compound development and production. From raw materials to production, from consumption onto disposal: we aim to team up with our customers to deliver and produce solutions that match demand. We offer standard and tailor made compounds.