BDP® is an organic ingredient that is added to plastic during manufacturing. LEARN MORE
BDP® attracts bacteria in landfill, soil and in oceans, allowing them to consume plastic.LEARN MORE
Plastic can take centuries to decompose. BDP® helps reduce this to a few years. LEARN MORE
BDP® products undergo vigorous testing to prove it does what we claim. Have a look for yourself!
Read and review the results from 3rd party independent testing done on plastic made with BDP®.The science behind it
* BDP® treated plastics have been tested via the ASTM D5511, ASTM D5988 & ASTM D6691 in which enhanced biodegradation has been determined by microbial action. For biodegradation rates of BDP™-treated plastic measured according to the ASTM D5511 test method: Tests are generally conducted using 20% to 30% solids content; solids content in naturally wetter landfills range from 55% to 65%, while the driest landfills may reach 93%. Actual biodegradation rates will vary in biologically active landfills according to the type of plastic used, the product configuration, and the solid content, temperature and moisture levels of the landfill.
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