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Frequently Asked Questions about bioplastics

 The European Bioplastics Association has published a comprehensive Frequently Asked Questions document that anyone interested in biodegradable, compostable or oxo-degradable products or materials will find very informative. Please click below to be taken to the European Bioplastics publications page and download the FAQ document.

European Bioplastics Association Publications

Last Updated on Saturday, 03 September 2016 19:34
Our Biodegradable Products


Allviron is at the forefront of biodegradable film production in Australia. Using the cornstarch based material (a renewable resource), Mater-Bi™, Allviron can produce biodegradable and compostable collection bags. This cornstarch based bag is extensively used across Europe to collect food waste, from domestic and industrial sites, for composting. The material is fully certified and will leave behind no toxic residues in the compost.

We can make a wide range of films or bags for you. Our most common products are bin liners, used in kitchens and gardens, to collect organic wastes for composting.

This material can also be useful for such applications as tree guards, as over time the protective film will biodegrade leaving only the supporting stakes to be conveniently collected and reused.

The Mater-Bi™ material is also commonly used as packaging or covers for ‘green’ products to complete the product’s eco-friendly credentials.

Mater-Bi™ is certified to AS4736:2006 and EN13432, globally recognised compostability standards.

Last Updated on Sunday, 04 September 2016 18:12