An organic ingredient for plastic that makes it irresistible to microbes.
What is it?It's not magic!
What is it?
BDP™ is an organic polymer that is added to plastic during manufacturing. LEARN MORE
How does it work?All the details.
How does it work?
BDP makes plastic irresistible to microbes, allowing them to consume it. (* see below)
Why is it great?An amazing solution.
Why is it great?
Most plastic still ends up in landfills or our oceans. BDP has shown to enhance biodegradation in these environments. LEARN MORE
* BDP treated plastics have been tested via the ASTM D5511, ASTM D5988 & ASTM D6691 in which enhanced biodegradation has been determined by microbial action. For biodegradation rates of BDP™-treated plastic measured according to the ASTM D5511 test method: Tests are generally conducted using 20% to 30% solids content; solids content in naturally wetter landfills range from 55% to 65%, while the driest landfills may reach 93%. Actual biodegradation rates will vary in biologically active landfills according to the type of plastic used, the product configuration, and the solid content, temperature and moisture levels of the landfill.
What the tests are showing
BDP™ products undergo vigorous testing to prove it does what we claim. Have a look for yourself!
Read and review the results from 3rd party independent testing done on plastic made with BDP™.The science behind it
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