Scots Firm Develop Biodegradable Packaging Made From Langoustines — Bioplastics News

Scottish company CuanTec is a startup which has produced new biological methods for extracting a chemical called Chitin from langoustine shells, a big contributor to food waste in Scotland & the UK. These biological methods are less harsh than previous chemical extraction methods.

Checkout the full article on Bioplastics News to find out more about this amazing new technology!

I saw this article on Axel Barretts blog and thought I’d share 🙂

A Scottish company is developing a biodegradable food wrapping using waste material from shellfish.

via Scots Firm Develop Biodegradable Packaging Made From Langoustines — Bioplastics News

What do you think about using chemicals from seafood waste as an alternative to plastic?

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