from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Any form of synthetic polymer, similar to normal plastic, made from a renewable plant source rather than from petroleum
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Bioplasmic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or of the nature of a bioplast:
At left, Braskem 's bioplastic is used in beauty product packaging.
posted a video showing how to make "bioplastic" -- an easily manageable substance made with vinegar, glycerine, starch, and water.
Enter the Samsung E200 Eco, a mobile phone packaged in recycled paper and made with a corn-based "bioplastic" shell instead of hard-to-recycle polycarbonate.
Who knew Toyota had already built a car (the one on our cover) from "bioplastic"?
However, new technologies, such as bioplastic and renewable eco-friendly energy, can be more expensive to implement initially than the current energy methods.
The square bottles are more collapsible, fit tightly with other bottles for efficient shipping and stocking, and are made from sugar based bioplastic.
With Origo, children use existing software to fashion simple designs out of small graphical blocks, then "print" what they've imagined, out of plastic eventually, recyclable bioplastic.
For instance, some resins may not be biodegradable but can be recycled like Coke's bioplastic PET PlantBottle, recyclable with petroleum-based PET.
This boiling, gray, seemingly solid, hundred yard high super-heated bioplastic volcanic airborne tsunami of a wall came wrapping down the street.
But what if bioplastic could be made from plant waste that is on hand anyway?
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