Biodegradable films are plastic based films that have additives included in the manufacturing process. These additives, usually enzymes, enable the plastic to break down.

Biodegradable plastics are plastics that can be decomposed by the action of living organisms, usually microbes, into water, carbon dioxide, and biomass. Biodegradable plastics are commonly produced with renewable raw materials, micro-organisms, petrochemicals, or combinations of all three.

Biodegradable films refer to thin sheets or coatings that can break down naturally over time, typically through the action of microorganisms like bacteria, fungi, or other biological processes. These films are designed to reduce environmental impact compared to traditional plastic films, which can persist in the environment for long periods.

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