The picture below is what we call Biocycle. Based on renewable feedstock we search for solutions to produce products that are biodegradable and complete the Biocycle by reducing the damages to the environment.   The starch, originated from corn, wheat or potato, is transformed into resin. The resin is blown into a film or used to form products using injection molds. A big part of our current line uses a film coated with paper. After the use in schools, public institutions, fast food diners, restaurants, armies, and amongst many others, Biopack’s products can be disposed of with other solid waste. Depending on the circumstances and waste management systems used in each society, our products will return to the environment. The Biocycle can be completed by recycling or when the Biopack with the remains pass through a composting mill or decomposer machine to return to the soil as fertilizer.