The biopolymer and bioplastics industry is a key driver of innovation in the quest to transform Europe’s economy into a more resilient, cyclical and resource-efficient bioeconomy. Public and private programs fund research and development efforts needed to improve our knowledge of tomorrow’s sustainable solutions, improve our ability to produce more efficiently and consume more sustainably, and enable us to make tangible change.

European Bioplasty (EUBP) is committed to supporting research and innovation efforts

why biodegradable ?

The trend of European Supermarkets tends to replace conventional plastics with those of Biodegradable Fruit & Vegetable Packaging Materials.

In this effort with the ultimate goal of sustainability and sustainability of the planet, Fresh Plus® constantly leads and integrates environmentally friendly products in its range, with the ultimate goal of completely replacing the conventional plastic products it produces with those of biodegradable.

what does biodegradable ?

FreshPlus® produces and distributes to market two types  biodegradable technology bags of ( MAP) Modified Atmosphere.

a.  Oxo Bio MAP Biodegradable            http://OXO-βιοαποικοδόμηση – Wikipedia

b. Com Bio MAP Compostable              http://OXO-βιοαποικοδόμηση – Wikipedia 

These products are additionally innovative by FreshPlus® Technology Modified Atmosphere application.

compliance with specific EU directives
for the production of biodegradable plastics.

FreshPlus® [Biodegradable] Oxo Bio MAP και FreshPlus® [Compostable] Com Bio MAP

The standard “CEN / TS 16137: 2011 Plastics – Determination of biological carbon content” by the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), defines the calculation method for the determination of carbon content in biomers in polymers, polymers and plastics, materials and products, based on Content Measurement 14C. As CEN / TS 16137 provides a standard set of methods, it is currently the most important guideline for documenting the marketing claims of a material or product.

Our plastic products are composted according to international standards, successfully meeting the harmonized European standard, EN 13432 or EN 14995.

EN 13432: 2000 Packaging

This is a harmonized European standard linked to the European Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive (94/62 / EC). Allows the presumption of compliance with the essential requirements of the Directive. It has been translated and implemented in all European Member States. EN 13432 applies when specific plastics are used for food packaging.

All certifications from the manufacturers can be given upon request.