Discover materials of the future
Formulation oriented to low density flexible film applications.
Injection grade with high content of natural fiber recovered from the brewing industry.
Injection grade with a high content of mineral biofillers from eggshells.
Injection grade with high content of mineral biofillers from oysters.
Injection grade with high fiber and filler content recovered from the paper industry.
Injection grade with high content of natural fiber recovered from the food industry (potato pulp and peeling).
Injection grade with high content of natural beer bagasse fibers and mineral biofillers from eggshell.
Innovative 3D printing grade with 30% natural fibers such as bagasse and mineral bioloads from egg or oyster shells, which have been recovered from different industries.
At VEnvirotech we work with two types of industries: organic waste producers and bioplastic consumers
Companies obtaining raw materials for food processors. Example: sugar, milk, feed etc.
Companies processing food as raw material and transforming primary food elements intro final processed products. Industries producing beer, tomato sauces or snacks are an example of food processors.
Companies obtaining meat as primary material.
Companies that formulate and sale bioplastic compounds and blends.
We use organic waste as raw material for bioplastic production both in bacterial production and reintroducing the organic waste in the bioplastic formulas.
We use biotechnology for selecting, optimizing and growing the most powerful bioplastic producing bacteria and for creating the products of the future.
Regulating our bioplastic materials through its own control processes, enables us to be transparent with you, while leading our team with integrity at the same time.
EU alone, generates nearly 57 million tonnes of food waste annually. We transform that organic waste into biodegradable bioplastics. Saving you money, while truly benefiting the environment too.
Our objective with our bioplastics is to protect the environment giving an alternative to current petrol-based plastics.