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What is Biodegradable?
Biodegradation
(Biotic degradation or Biotic decomposition) is the chemical dissolution of materials by bacteria or other biological means. The term is often used in relation to ecology, waste management, biomedicine, and the natural environment (bioremediation) and is now commonly associated with environmentally friendly products that are capable of decomposing back into natural elements.

KU green textKasetsart University, reputed for its excellence in the field of agricultural science and technology, has achieved in developing and manufacturing biodegradable cassava-based food packages, named KU-GREEN. This patent was awarded a "High Potential in EU Market" prize in BRUSSELS EUREKA 2000: The 49th World Exhibition of Innovation Research and new Technology, Belgium. The production of KU-GREEN is ready on a commercial scale.

--- The Certificate for our Biodegradeble ---
United States Patent A
NFPL

Facts about KU-GREEN;

  • Mild odor of baked starch but not effect to food quality
  • Safe to contact with food (-18 to 80c)
  • Shelf-life is 2 years in sealed packing under ambient conditions
  • Only single use is recommended
  • Easy disintegrated in water or under soil and finally biodegraded within a few months.
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