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Waste, Plastics and Bioplastics

Sustainable solutions to the ever-growing problem of plastic waste is a core focus for Dadisi. 

Forever Chemicals

PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) are a group of man-made chemicals that are used in a variety of industrial and consumer products, including non-stick cookware, food packaging, and stain-resistant fabrics. PFAS are known for their ability to repel water and oil, which makes them useful in a wide range of applications. However, PFAS are also highly resistant to breaking down in the environment, and they have been linked to a number of potential health effects, including cancer, immune system damage, and thyroid disorders. As a result, there is growing concern about the use of PFAS in consumer products, and many governments around the world are taking steps to regulate or ban these chemicals.


Bioplastics are a type of plastic that is derived from renewable biological sources, such as potato starch, or sugarcane. Unlike traditional plastics, which are made from fossil fuels, bioplastics are biodegradable and can be broken down into natural compounds. They are often used in applications where traditional plastics would be difficult to dispose of, such as in single-use packaging or disposable food containers. Bioplastics are also used in the medical field for devices such as biodegradable sutures.


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