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Technical and Scientific

With over 20 years of experience in water, soil, and environmental projects, we believe that environmental salvation is human health salvation. Our solution prioritises the removal of plastic as one of the most destructive and harmful contaminants caused by humans on Earth. Plastic, in normal conditions, can decompose and return to nature in 300 years, resulting in an environmental disaster.

As a result, we believe that the only solution to this problem is to shorten the time it takes for pollutants to decompose in the environment. Because most plastics and packaging materials used in the food industry around the world are made of plastic, our policy is to find a better and more suitable alternative to plastic, which is nothing but organic products that are safe for human health.

The Solution

In accordance with recent European Union policies to eliminate plastic from the daily consumption cycle, the Kraftrader team, with technical and scientific support, has begun planning for this critical matter.

As we all know, the use of disposable plastic containers has increased dramatically in recent years, with all restaurants, as well as homes and businesses, utilising these products for ease of cleaning and cost savings. In this regard, preliminary research indicates that completely eliminating the use of disposable containers is neither logical nor economically feasible. Because, on the one hand, removing plastic from the life cycle benefits nature, and on the other, the use of washable containers has an impact on the increase in energy consumption. As a result, the risks of reducing resources and washing processes, as well as sewage disposal issues, will exacerbate the problem.

As a result, removing plastic from the natural cycle is essential because decomposing plastic takes between 300 and 700 years (depending on the soil and coverage of the area). Meanwhile, it appears that the use of chemicals that can reduce the plastic degradability factor is required. If these materials are used in the container production cycle, the period of plastic degradability is extended to between 3 and 6 years.

However, the use of products based on vegetable starch (corn, sugarcane, potato, etc.) appears to be more appropriate and reliable than degradable products.

Kraftrader’s bio-based products are based on corn vegetable starch and have passed all stages of FKM testing and have entered the public use cycle for household and food use.

Regulations and Education

With the global increase in plastic removal policies and the need to use natural and non-plastic materials, it is critical to have the necessary standards in place to protect the environment and people’s health. The World Health Organization, the European Commission’s Food Section, and the United Nations Department of the Environment have all issued directives and regulations requiring the replacement of plastics with natural materials.
The following are the most important of these regulations and directives:
These guidelines are based on human health concerns, the most important of which are carcinogenicity, allergenicity, and anti-infertility, as well as the presence of toxic smoke during a fire. The Kraftrader team conducted numerous tests on all of the products, all of which meet EU standards and are safe for human and environmental health.
Experts currently believe that, in addition to scientific and official standards, a suitable cultural and economic context is also required for a better and more appropriate replacement of plastics and natural materials. Kraftrader has prioritised all of its clients in this regard by visiting workplaces and presenting demos, slides, and films to educate and promote the culture of avoiding plastic products.

Regulations and Education

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