FAFA Nano Biotechnology

FAFA Nano Biotechnology Besides FAFA Green Pack; degradable packaging, FAFA introduces a new bioinnovation called “FAFA Nano Biotechnology” or “Organic Nano Biotechnology.” Organic renewable resources, developed under the concept of sustainability, make this bio-based plastic material. Nowadays, bio-based plastics can be derived from agricultural byproducts or animal waste proteins instead of used plastics in order to reduce carbon footprint, greenhouse effect, world pollution, etc. FAFA Nano Biotechnology can help solve many environmental problems as above-mentioned. Another major benefit of FAFA Nano Biotechnology is their potential to ‘close the cycle,’ and increase resource efficiency. Depending on the end-of-life option; renewable resources are used to produce bioplastics, durable products that can be reused, mechanically recycled and eventually incinerated whereby renewable energy is being produced.

Organic Nano Biotechnology is also invented to make it flexible to combine with many types of plastic. The compounds can be well transformed to many types of biodegradable products; such as bag, bottle, utensils, container, drawer, and so on. Moreover, biodegradable products from FAFA Nano Biotechnology can be organically recycled (industrial composting and anaerobic digestion) at the end of a product’s life cycle, and create valuable biomass (humus) during the process. The humus can be used to grow new plants, thus closing the cycle.

Mechanism of Biodegradation

The mechanism of biodegradation is separated into 2 processes
1. Photo-degradation Main ingredient of FAFA biodegradable packaging is organic Calcium Carbonate from ocean. The plastic products that mixing well with Calcium Carbonate would break into fragmentations through UV sunshine.
2. Bio-degradation Organic Calcium Carbonate from ocean contains plenty of Chitin. The Chitin, which is processed through Deacetylation would result in Chitosan. The Chitosan among the plastic product would attract plenty of bacteria to consume plastics. The result of this process is Calcium Oxide (CaO), Carbon dioxide (CO​2​) and water (H​2​O).

Why FAFA Nano Biotechnology?

1. Save cost 2. Food contact 3. Extend lifetime of food 4. Renewable source 5. 80.6% of FAFA bio bag (thickness: 0.025mm) degradation is achieved within 127 days
 
 

TEST REPORTS


1. Biodegradation (NTSQP) – ISO 14855-1 :2005
2. Toxic gas - ABD 0031 (2005) Issue
3. ASTM F963-11
4. SVHC (163 Substances o very high concern – Ref: EC) N0 1907/2006
5. Far Infrared emissivity
6. FDA food contact article test – 21 CFR 175.300
7. RoHS Non toxic - Ref: 2002/95/EC
Nowadays, FAFA Nano Biotechnology is exported to 14 countries around the world to produce many biodegradable products. If you are interested for more information, do not hesitate to contact fafacompany@gmail.com.