Upgrading organic waste into valuable, biodegradable products.
Bioplasmar leverages regional organic waste as a valuable resource, transforming it into plastic alternatives. Through these products, we actively contribute to the local circular economy and the green revolution. We continuously foster innovation, introducing inventive products to meet market demands.
What is Bioplasmar?
Bioplasmar uses green waste and other organic waste to produce sustainable production material and innovative products that can replace plastic. Bioplasmar products are stable for transport and fully biodegradable. In the soil they decompose completely and provide soil and plants with essential nutrients.
Products from Bioplasmar are innovative
The applications of Bioplasmar granulate are virtually limitless. Once utilized, it generates valuable soil that benefits plant growth and nourishment.
Alternative to plastic
Industrial plastic products pollute our environment everywhere on earth. Bioplasmar products are completely biodegradable.
Through the decomposition process of our products, nutrients are released that enrich and thus improve the soil.
No regional restrictions
The raw materials for our products are available regionally, thus eliminating long transport routes. This is how Bioplasmar contributes to the green revolution.
Bioplasmar products are characterized by long shelf life. Only when the product is returned to the soil does the decomposition process begin.
Are you interested in Bioplasmar’s sustainable solutions?
Contact our personal consultant Benjamin Ubl. We look forward to answering your questions.
Bioplasmar monetizes regional organic waste and makes products from it that can be used as plastic alternatives. With these products, we support the local circular economy and the green revolution. We always remain inventive and tap into the market with innovative products.
Economical & sustainable
Cares for the plants
Bioplasmar’s sustainable, biodegradable plant pots are made from regional green compost.
During storage, the pot remains stable and decomposition does not begin until it is planted in the soil. The decomposition of the pot provides nutrients to the plant.