Biotic’s technologies provide a holistic and scalable solution that can successfully fulfill plastic demands

Safely & fully biodegrades in any environment

Cost effective

Fits existing production lines & machinery

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Algae is widely available as it grows all year long, globally, and rapidly Effectively absorbs carbon, at a rate 4 times higher than trees.
Scalable as it does not require arable land or freshwater 

Why Macro algae?


to be able fulfill global plastic demand we require very small portion of the oceans, and does not require sacred terrestrial resources which are highly limited

Regenerative Biomass

Macroalgae is ubiquitous and can be grown in any sea & ocean

Growing Algae

Growing algae has positive environmental effects in terms of CO2 and marine life

Biotic’s technology

Biotic’s technology can use any marine biomass to produce our polymer


is a material of

unlimited uses

PHAs can be synthesized to exhibit a wide range of properties, making them versatile for various applications. They can be tailored to be rigid or flexible, transparent or opaque, and even water-soluble or insoluble.

PHA properties


PHAs are biodegradable, meaning they can be broken down by microorganisms in the environment into natural compounds such as carbon dioxide and water. This characteristic reduces their impact on ecosystems and helps address the issue of plastic waste.

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Reduced Microplastic polution

Traditional plastics, especially microplastics, pose a significant environmental threat. Microplastics are tiny plastic particles that accumulate in water bodies and soil, causing harm to marine life, animals, and potentially entering the food chain. PHAs, being biodegradable, break down into natural compounds, reducing the potential for microplastic pollution

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Reduced Carbon footprint

The production of PHAs generates lower carbon emissions compared to traditional plastics. As PHAs are derived from renewable resources and manufactured through biological processes, they have the potential to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change
* When produced from algae, feedstocks net carbon emission is near 0
* Non-toxic and Biocompatible: PHAs are generally non-toxic and biocompatible

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Renewable & sustainable

PHAs can be produced from renewable resources, such as plant oils, sugars, and waste materials from agriculture and food industries. By utilizing these renewable feedstocks, PHAs contribute to reducing the dependence on fossil fuels and help promote sustainability

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Biotic’s PHBV polymers are fit for a wide range of flexible & ruggedized products, such as: Packaging, Consumer Goods, Fibers and Textile, Home furniture, Electronics and more. Biotic’s polymers are fit for the Food & Beverage and Medical industries


These definitions may seem overwhelming at first, especially with the amount of environmental buzz-words & Greenwashing* claims popping everywhere.
Greenwashing – falsely stating a product or company as better for the environment compared to its alternative. 


Composition by bacteria or living organisms. A unique property of PHA is their biodegradable behavior in soil, in water, in aerobic and anaerobic conditions and when subjected to bacteria or fungi, albeit that the pace of degradation also depends on the PHA-product composition, the part thickness and other external conditions.

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Dissolves in liquid substances (including water). Soluble does NOT mean the product is bio-based and will not release harmful residues during this process.

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The capability of a product to break down into a natural element, or that the item will turn to nutrient-rich soil within a specific timeline. Most compostable products are actually compatible with industrial machinery conditions, and NOT a fit for home compost.

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Converting waste into reusable materials. Less than 9% of the 500 million tons of annual plastic production are recycled, and when the process actually happens, it releases harmful microplastic residues to the air and water systems. Recycling is closer to greenwashing than an actual solution.

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other plastics

Biotic PHBV





Toxic Free

Bio Based


Home Compostable

Technical properties

Fits Existing Industrial processes

The Big Picture