“Green chemistry”, or environmentally-friendly chemistry, is based on the transfer of modern solutions from various fields of science so that materials, ingredients and products are safe in all respects. More and more companies which act globally turn to this kind of activity, which results in ground-breaking development of products and processes. Speaking of the topic, why not consider the ways to implement scientific innovations into particular production processes?
Bioplastics, materials manufactured from natural resources, used to be produced on a much smaller scale than today. Until recently, bioplastics were made mostly of starch and few people in the business expected they would find new applications. This has changed, though. New materials which may be classified as bioplastics, have been appearing. They are now produced from biomass and petroleum. They may be put in domestic compost bins or decomposed in a waste plant.
Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the European Union and the USA has been giving reasons to fear for the representatives of various sectors of the economy. The chemical and agricultural industries have also come up with numerous reservations about the proposed content of the agreement.