Applied Bioplastics

Transforming manufacturing with sustainable biomaterials

COVID-19 Response Plan

Applied Bioplastics is in a position to supply organizations in need of large quantities of surgical or N95 masks.

Contact us if your organization is in need of masks.

Our Mission

Supply Eco-Friendly Bioplastics

Replace traditional plastics and composites in as many verticals as viable

Support Sustainable Agriculture

Build a sustainable growth engine for plastic recycling and eco-friendly agriculture in developing economies

Transform Industries

Convert biodegradable products from an expensive and uncommon solution to a globally viable alternative

Solve a Global Problem

Provide massive ROI to investors and customers

Affordable and Sustainable Plastic Alternatives

Applied Bioplastics supplies economically sustainable plant-based plastic alternatives. Our product variety delivers countless use cases, transforming plastic as we know it. Their mechanical properties perform higher than standard materials.

Our products reduce petroleum dependency, pollution, and habitat destruction. Through our supply chains, we support eco-friendly agriculture in developing countries.

The Team

Colin Ardern

Chief Executive Officer

Alex Blum

Chief Innovation Officer

Ron Martin

Chief Strategy Officer

Dr. Mubarak Ahmad Khan

Chief Scientist

Dr. Lawrence Drzal

Scientific Advisor

Syed Nurul Huda (Junoon)

Project Manager

Gazi Md Maruf Al Kaisar (Maruf)

Supply Chain Analyst

Md Rafiul Islam Raju (Rafi)

Business Development Analyst

Md Saidul Alam (Saidul)

Business Development Manager

Monika Bhatjire

Process Development Intern

Relevant News

India Will Ban All Single-Use Plastics by 2022

India is the fastest-growing economy in the world, and home to 1.3 billion people. Approximately 15,342 tonnes of plastic waste are wasted by Indians every single day, and about 60% of that is recycled — far higher than the global average of 14%.

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Where Will Your Plastic Trash Go Now That China Doesn't Want It?

Last year the Chinese government dropped a bombshell on the world recycling business: It cut back almost all imports of trash. And now a lot of that plastic gets shipped to other countries that don't have the capacity to recycle it or dispose of it safely.

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Microplastics Have Invaded The Deep Ocean — And The Food Chain

"What we found was actually pretty surprising," Van Houtan says. "We found that most of the plastic is below the surface." More, he says, than in the giant floating patches.

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