Bio Polybutylene succinate (BioPBS) is a sustainable alternative to traditional petroleum-based packaging materials.

It is made from renewable resources such as cornstarch and can be molded and extruded into various forms, including films, sheets, and containers.

From an end-of-life perspective Bio PBS is able to break down naturally in the environment reducing the amount of waste sent to landfills.

From a product performance/ quality perspective it is the mechanical properties in Bio PBS that make it an attractive option for industry applications that require strength and durability. Bio PBS is generally made from starchy vegetables like sugarcane and cassava.