BASF establishing biodegradable bag pilot project

This week, chemical giant BASF and waste management company AWB are set to start a pilot project using compostable bags for biodegradable waste collection. The three-month project will test the viability and biodegradability of BASF's partially PLA-based Ecovio brand bags in the district of Bad Dürk...

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