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BIOBiography
BIOBiology
BIOBiological
BIOBiotechnology Industry Organization
BIOBiodegradable
BIOBedford Institute of Oceanography
BIOBring It On (Counter-Strike gaming clan)
BIOBring It On
BIOBioseparation
BIOBasic Input Output
BIOBlow It Off
BIOBiological Hazard (fire diamond warning code)
BIOBiotech Industry Organization
BIOBinocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope
BIOBusiness Information Officer
BIOBureau of International Organizations (US DoD)
BIOBinary Input/Output
BIOBasis for Interim Operation
BIOBritish Informatics Olympiad
BIOBilbao, Spain - Sondica (Airport Code)
BIOBiology Break (chat, going to the bathroom)
BIOBio Research Module (NASA)
BIOBiomechanical Integrated Organism (robotics)
BIOBiological Information Processing Association
BIOBranch Intelligence Officer
BIOBroadcast Input Output
BIOBitronics Input/Output (computer networking)
BIOBy Invitation Only
BIOBuilding Inspection Office (various locations)
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Biodegradable plastic products have entered South Africa in the past five years, predominantly through imports from Asia.
The firm offers biodegradable, photodegradable, and thermal-oxidative degradable additives-as well as combinations--in LDPE, HDPE, and PP masterbatches.
At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, researchers are focusing on polyanhydrides, a newer class of biodegradable plastics, for a range of bony appliations.
It is, however, not the case with biodegradable additives that are added to traditional plastics, e.
Growing concerns regarding environmental conservation and global warming are propelling the demand for biodegradable packaging materials.
Blueware[R] is a line of compostable and biodegradable serve ware and bakeware products and is owned and manufactured by Chamness Biodegradables, LLC in Carpinteria, California.
Fruits & vegetables segment is projected to grow at the fastest rate in the biodegradable mulch films from 2016 to 2021"
Disposable applications dominated biodegradable polymer demand in 2015.
These biodegradable materials combine the look, feel and elasticity of conventional thermoset rubber with improved processing efficiencies and are capable of withstanding large deformations while regaining their original shape.
TechNavio's report, the Global Synthetic and Bio-based Biodegradable Plastics Market 2014-2018, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
He writes that biodegradable plastic packaging is considered to be good for the environment.
Noted as eco-friendly, biodegradable bags can decompose in nature within a two-month period as opposed to plastic bags that take 400-900 years to decompose.