Biodegradable films are a film material made from biomass or specific biodegradable synthetic polymers, which, after use, can be decomposed by microorganisms under natural environmental conditions (e.g., in soil and water) within a certain period, and ultimately converted into carbon dioxide, water and harmless organic substances. Compared with traditional petroleum-based films, biodegradable films aim to reduce environmental pollution, especially the problem of "white pollution". Biodegradable films have the following features:

  1. Environmental friendliness
  2. Resource sustainability
  3. Functional adaptability
  4. Controlled degradation
Biodegradable films