Leaving no traces

  • Even when thoughtlessly discarded in nature, they are able to decompose properly and fast.
  • They are competitive in quality and price due to the feedstock they use (leftovers from agricultural industries).
  • They are water-insoluble & storage-stable, providing the beneficial properties of conventional plastics while being truly sustainable.
  • Solid products, storage-stable films, ultra-thin coatings — nearly everything seems possible.
  1. Impact measurement: scientific impact assessment, forecasting and visualization,
  2. The Planet A Network: a diverse network of experienced German and European entrepreneurs,
  3. Long-term funding: early-stage investments with interest in follow-on rounds.

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