An astonishing 90% of all plastic is not recycled. The rest ends up in landfills, burned, or broken down into millions of tiny, persistent particles. Bioengineer Lori Goff created UnPlastic as a scalable solution to this monstrous problem. This circular material can be developed from food industry streams, by-products, and beer brewery waste.
It’s a functional and totally plastic-free foil that is flexible, lightweight, odorless and transparent, making it an ideal alternative for packaging everything from candy to chocolates to protective retail packaging. It is also designed to compost in soil and water, leaving no harmful traces in the environment. Learn more at: outlandermaterials.com