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March 28, 2018


With Plastic products becoming all-pervasive in our lives, it is becoming harder and harder for people to think of life without plastic! But, what if this omnipresent material was gradually becoming the bane of our existence - harming not only us, but generations to come. In a world surrounded by pollution threats from every single source, it feels like a lost cause to try and change our own individual habits as one starts to wonder if their actions have any impact in the “bigger picture” at all.

February 10, 2017

Solution for renewable packing solution (non plastic bags)

This startup is the solution for renewable packing solution (non plastic bags) When it comes to getting familiar with the world of environmental friendly packaging, it is easy to become lost in the ever-expanding reservoir of biodegradable, degradable, compostable, bio-derived and renewable packaging. Although these terms mean slightly different things, they are the variations of a central theme: shifting conventional, non-renewable plastics into the renewable resource arena. One such startup, steering towards the mission of a plastic free world and creating an alternative solution to plastic at affordable prices, is Biogreen.

December 30, 2017

End Of The (Plastic Bag) World!

2018 is just around the corner and it’s that time of the year to make resolutions. But what’s the point of dreaming big and earning profits unless we’re alive to relish it? No, we aren’t gibbering about another ‘Go Green’ campaign, but we’re starting the conversation about BioGreen– A start-up that makes bags which looks, feels and works like plastic, but is made of natural starch & vegetable waste. So, it’s Plastic Minus the Toxic!

January 06, 2017

Can’t Find a Suitable Replacement to Plastic Bags?

BioGreen makes bags with biodegradable raw material which also has the efficiency of conventional plastic. The ban on plastics in 17 states and Union territories in India was welcomed by everyone, but although this ban was imposed with a vision of a greater good, it led to a slight inconvenience for consumers due to the unavailability of materials that could carry all functions of plastic. An inconvenience like this led to the innovation of plastic-like bags made from biodegradable raw materials. 29-year-old Mohammed Sadiq is a businessman and investor from Bangalore who launched a company named BioGreen bags.

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