The naturally synthesized polymers have limited stability and sustainability, which is a major contrast from the properties of the synthetic polymers (polypropylene). The biodegradable property of PHAs helps in the maintenance of ecological balance.
Bioplastics Ever since awareness about the toxicity of commercially available non-biodegradable plastics has been discovered, the consumers wish to opt for products packaged in Eco-friendly or bio-plastic labels. However, just […]
In the previous blog, I wrote about the pollution caused due to man-made materials, and in this article, I will focus on methane as an environmental pollutant and what can […]
In the 19th and 20th centuries, small hydrocarbons produced from the excavated fossil fuels were polymerized to create polymers, most commonly polypropylene, colloquially known as plastics. The plastics have unrivaled […]
The scope of biotechnology is no longer limited to the medical sector. Read about the applications of biotechnology for rectifying environmental issues.