Our BioPBS is a partially bio-based material with the first of its kind in the world to contain renewable carbon. At the moment, the bio-based content is coming from BSA (biosuccinic acid) made from renewable resource. BioPBS has been tested and earned several certification proven on this property including the following:
Note: This information is not intended to relieve any users of BioPBS material from the requirement to test their own biobased product. Any customers of PTTMCC cannot use our specific bio-based content logo on their products without gaining these certifications on their end products.
BioPBS has been certified both industrial and home compostable depends on the grades. PTTMCC has carried out compost testing in accordance to ASTM D-6400 / EN13432 guidelines at an independent testing laboratory and found that BioPBS has passed all requirements for the testing standard.
Below is showing several of our compostable certifications in the US, in Europe, in Japan and in Australia. If you need further data on composting or the certification systems, please contact us.
Note: This information is not intended to relieve any users of BioPBS material from the requirement to test their own compostable product(s). Any customers of PTTMCC cannot use our specific BPI or Seedling logo on their products without gaining these certifications on their end products. We recommend our customers to examine the regulation to determine their responsibilities as a manufacturer for ensuring their product is compliant.
OK compost INDUSTRIAL / HOME certified by TÜV Austria in Europe
OK biodegradable SOIL certified by TÜV Austria in Europe
Compostable certified by BPI in North America
Compostable and Home Compostable certified by ABA in Australia
GreenPla in Japan
BioPBS biopolymer is suitable for food contact applications and has compliance with a number of food contact regulations around the world.
Below is showing several of our food contact compliance in the US, in Europe, in Japan and in China. If you need further data, please contact us.
Note: We recommend all of our customers to perform GMP (Good Manufacturing Procedures) when constructing a package so that it is suitable for the end use. Please note that it is the responsibility of both the manufacturers of finished food contact articles as well as the industrial food packers to make sure that these articles in their actual use are in compliance with the imposed legislation.