Decoration

The main differences between biodegradable and compostable

Terminology: What is Biodegradable? Nature: Biodegradation materials are capable of being decomposed by bacteria or other living organisms and thereby avoiding pollution. Time taken: Depends largely on the materials itself and the disposing environments Residue: May have small amount of residue, depending on the ingredients Disposal: General waste bin Example: BOPP biodegradable film laminationhttps://www.ijen.com/decoration/opp/ What …

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Could OPP lamination be sustainable?

Choose of material for Coating: Could OPP lamination be sustainable? BOPP biodegradable film lamination by either PLA film & Clarifoil are available. Both are formulated with renewable sources, certified bio-based and offer an alternative to fossil-oil based films. Let’s review their sustainable features: PLA films – BIO-based films — Source: Made from annually renewable source …

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WHY do people turn OPP film lamination into aqueous varnishing?

Choose of material:  Coating WHY do people turn OPP film lamination into aqueous varnishing? In general, aqueous varnishing is water-based, dry fast & more eco-friendly, more than that, Aqueous varnishing also provides you with… 1)     Nontoxic, Low VOCs (volatile organic compounds) & easily recycle 2)     Less solid waste when process 3)     Versatile, Easy to write …

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