What are biodegradable bags made of?

Biodegradable bags are commonly made of the following main materials:

Biodegradable bags

Polylactic acid (PLA):

Made from starch extracted from renewable plant resources such as corn and potatoes, it has good biodegradability and biocompatibility.

Polybutylene Adipate/Terephthalate (PBAT):

A petrochemical-based biodegradable plastic with good ductility and elongation at break.

Starch-based plastics:

Made from starch as the main raw material by blending or modifying it with other degradable polymers.

Plant fiber materials:

For example, bags made from plant fibers such as bamboo and bagasse.
These materials can gradually decompose into environmentally friendly substances under specific environmental conditions, such as certain temperatures, humidity, and microbial action, thus reducing the pressure of plastic waste on the environment.
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