Following a year of intensive investments in our new joint factory in France, we are happy to see that the first trials with our flower pots are bringing excellent results.
Recently we presented our concept and goals at i24news. With this we could reach audience all over the world.
We took second place in the Shapir Group’s Access Innovation Center competition.
The Havivian Farm tests our planters and records the health of the plants to see differences and improvements compared to conventional cultivation.
Bioplasmar degradable pot highlighted by the press
Increasingly more of the potted salad greens and herbs sold in the Lidl shops in Finland will be grown and sold in biodegradable paper pots.
Bioplasmar developed technology to upscale organic waste and transform them into valuable biodegradable products to replace products made of nonrenewable resources such as plastic and pit.
A german laboratory, LVG, is actually processing some tests with products from different brands available on the market. Our Bioplasmar biodegradable pot participates in these tests.
Some pots have been tested in private home conditions. The pot withstands humidity very well after seven weeks !
Europe is introducing a green pact with the goal of becoming the first carbon-neutral nation by 2050.
We recently welcomed the well-known and extremely accomplished journalist Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi to our headquarters in Israel. There she learned about our goals and what drives us.
Zamir Eldar, CEO of Bioplasmar, has been invited to present the innovative Bioplasmar technology at the « green tech » congress in Paris.
Microscopic fibers fall from the sky in Rocky Mountains
With the circular economy law, the French government is fighting the battle against plastics.
An Israeli nursery has tested our biodegradable pot with aromatic herbs.
The “Biennale Internationnale Design St Etienne” will take place from the 23 mars to the 24 of april 2019.
From 22 to 25 January 2019, nearly 1 600 exhibitors from 50 countries and many experts from around the world met at the IPM ESSEN trade show, the favorite place for the horticultural sector.
On May 11th, 2017, the municipality of Paris has conducted an experiment in a big flowered place.
PepsiCo to Buy SodaStream for $3.2 Billion, in Push for Healthier Options.
By 2030, global production of plastic waste could increase by 41% and the amount accumulated in the ocean could double.
The 19th of December, the European Union reached a landmark agreement to tackle plastic pollution in our rivers, beaches and ocean.
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