Scientists are now trying to create a climate-friendly alternative to plastics from renewable resources - bioplastic and MFC. Photo: Morguefile .
Could wood fibre replace plastic? All the plastic ever made still exists somewhere on the planet, yet we are still making huge amounts over
The bio-plastic dubbed Arboform, derived from wood pulp-based lignin, to create a strong, nontoxic alternative to petroleum-based plastics,
These wood-plastic composites blend fine wood particles with renewable, biodegradable, reclaimed, recycled, or virgin plastic materials to make firm, smooth
Some types of porous wood may absorb regular super glue before it Sanding the plastic will make it more porous and increase its overall
It looks like wood, feels like wood, is even made of wood but it shifts shape and solidifies like plastic, bringing together the most powerful material assets of two
JELUPLAST is an environmentally friendly bioplastic, a blend made from wood fibres and food-safe plastic. It is a wood plastic composite
Trees are grown in plantations all over the world. The wood that they make is mashed up and water is added to make wood pulp. This is like a thick porridge and