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Nestlé To Use Company’s Bi odegradable Plastics In Future Water Bottles

January 15, 2019: 12:00 AM EST
Nestlé and biodegradable plastics specialist Danimer Scientific have partnered to develop biodegradable bottles using bio-based resins for Nestlé’s water business. A 2018 University of Georgia study confirmed i that Danimer’s PHA polymer Nodax is an effective biodegradable alternative to petrochemical plastics. Existing partner PepsiCo may also gain access to the resins developed under this collaboration using Danimer Scientific’s PHA polymer Nodax. The company says Nodax PHA is suitable feedstock for industrial compost, home compost, and anaerobic digester facilities as well as reuse through recycling. 
"Nestlé and Danimer Scientific to Develop Biodegradable Water Bottle", Nestlé , January 15, 2019, © Nestlé
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