The prestigious journal "Compounding Word" has published an article in which examines some of the latest developments in biopolymer modification, including the work of Condensia in developing solutions to overcome some of the limitations of PLA, as well as other biopolymers.
Bioplastics will only become a real aternative to traditional polymers made from non-renewable sources when their performance reaches the same level, and for many applications this is not yet the case. However, significant progress is being made, not only with bioplastic polymer themselves but also with additives and composition technologies that help improve and extend their property profiles.
From that perspective, the article highlights the range of addtitives obtained from bio-renewable raw materials that are fully biodegradable and compostable (ISO 22000) offered by Condensia and its patent on the method for plasticizing PLA using mixtures of lactic acid oligomers (OLA)
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