REVERSE PLASTICS IN ACTION
We break apart plastic into its fundamental hydrogen and carbon building blocks. The way we do this is through a process called gasification.
Gases are bubbled through a liquid where the bio-catalysts are held in liquid suspension. The bio-catalysts convert the gases into biodegradable materials, such as biodegradable polymers.
The results are biodegradable polymers that can be used in a variety of applications from packaging, bottles, bags, and more.
These materials can then be transformed again and again. Or, if they end up in the environment, they will decompose in a matter of months.