nature2need durable bio-compounds, biopolymer and biomaterial compounds
We deliver pioneering innovations that always put nature first. Welcome to our world built on customer orientation, quality, sustainability, and care for environment and natural resources.
Our compounds are using 2nd/3rd generation biomass as building blocks - a truly environmentally and economically sustainable circular economy approach. Choose from a vast choice of biomass or supply your own organic waste streams to help us building circular materials and more permanent carbon sinks.
Our durable bio-compounds, biopolymer and biomaterial compounds offer a great versatility and low carbon footprint. They are ready-to-use, carefully engineered materials suitable for standard polymer processes with high quality, amazing performance, easy processing and great flexibility.
Durable compounds are a line of durable polyolefins (e.g., PP/PE) significantly blended with natural fibers (e.g., bamboo fibers), with 2nd/3rd generation biomass (e.g., coffee husk, spent grains) or with advanced natural minerals; durable bio-compounds reduce the use of traditional plastics by using up to 50 weight-% of natural & direct biomass and constitute a more permanent CO2 storage.
nature2need biopolymer compounds are biopolymers or advanced blends of biopolymers significantly enhanced with natural minerals & organic fillers. All grades can be blended with any natural fiber (e.g., bamboo fiber) or 2nd/3rd generation biomass (e.g., rice husk) to create a natural look & feel. All biopolymer compounds are bio-based, compostable and/or biodegradable in industrial and/or natural conditions.
nature2need biomaterial compounds are advanced biomaterials built on a significant amount of local organic waste streams (direct 2nd/3rd generation biomass, e.g., rice husk, coffee husk, wooden saw dust, coconut fibers). All biopolymer compounds are bio-based, compostable and/or biodegradable in industrial and/or natural conditions.
Browse through some of our standard grades here and visit our nature2need help center for more details on materials, standard documentation, design guidelines, possibilities, FAQs and so much more ...