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Ezonyx Bio Technologies unveils new biopolymer resins and gets green light from Eden

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Bioplastics firm Ezonyx Bio Technologies has announced that it has unveiled new biopolymer resins that has been independently tested by US testing facility Eden Research Laboratory.

According to Ezonyx, the biodegradation results, published earlier this month, showed that its biopolymer resins are biodegradable and biocompostable.

Ezonyx has commenced commercial manufacturing of its EarthPCB resins, which will be available in August.

The company hope that its resins will be used in the food, beverage, cosmetics, medical device and durable consumer goods industries.

In a statement, the company said: “Ezonyx’s team of scientists and engineers have more than 40 years of experience in developing methodologies within research and product testing to assist in achieving sustainability goals for reducing global carbon footprint as well as complying with emerging governmental legislations, enabling customers and partners to meet consumer demands for a healthier, environmentally cleaner planet.”

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