Notpla

Material Spec

Name:
Notpla
Notpla is a non-chemically modified, polysaccharide-based material. Just like a fruit peel, Notpla can claim to be “biodegradable” and “home-compostable”, a material made from seaweed and plants that disappears naturally.
Origin:
London, UK
Application & typical uses:
Food and beverages - replacing plastic containters, sachets and bottles.
Product breakdown:
Notpla is a revolutionary material - it biodegrades in weeks, naturally. Notpla is made from one of nature’s most renewable resources, brown seaweed. Growing up to 1m per day, it doesn’t compete with food crops, doesn’t need fresh water or fertiliser and actively contributes to de-acidifying our oceans. No micro-plastics, no waste for centuries. Unlike PLA, it is home compostable and doesn’t contaminate PET recycling. Due to a bespoke manufacturing machine, Oohos sachets can be produced in the range of 15-100ml, depending on the application.
Colour/finish:
NA
Certification:
NA
Dimensions:
NA
Supplier name:
Notpla
Supplier address:
NA
Supplier telephone:
NA
Supplier email:
info@email.com
Supplier website:
Visit website
Origin:
London, UK
Application & typical uses:
Food and beverages - replacing plastic containters, sachets and bottles.
Product breakdown:
Notpla is a revolutionary material - it biodegrades in weeks, naturally. Notpla is made from one of nature’s most renewable resources, brown seaweed. Growing up to 1m per day, it doesn’t compete with food crops, doesn’t need fresh water or fertiliser and actively contributes to de-acidifying our oceans. No micro-plastics, no waste for centuries. Unlike PLA, it is home compostable and doesn’t contaminate PET recycling. Due to a bespoke manufacturing machine, Oohos sachets can be produced in the range of 15-100ml, depending on the application.
Colour/finish:
NA
Certification:
NA
Dimensions:
NA
Supplier name:
Notpla
Supplier address:
NA
Supplier telephone:
NA
Supplier email:
info@email.com
Supplier website:
Visit website
Important information:
The information above was provided by the company that supplied the material. Please use the information on the website for final selection and specification of materials.
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