80% of marine garbage is plastic. Plastics in our society can be placed into three categories…
Certified by highest-world standards
Our products are certified to the highest compostable standards:
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Is the standard specification for biodegradable plastics used as coatings on paper and other compostable substrates.
Is the certification organization of the TÜV Rhineland Group (German Technical Inspection Agency) and DIN, the German Standards Institute. It shows the conformity of products and services with the European composting standard. EN 13432 (for packaging) or EN 14995 (for plastic materials in general).
This standard specifies the procedures and requirements for the identification and labeling of plastics and products made of plastic, which are suitable for recovery through aerobic composting.
21 CFR 177.2420
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is the United States government agency responsible for the regulation of biological products. Our products are approved under their 21 CFR 177.2420 standard - Resin and Polymeric Coatings.
It is the certification mark (logo) of the compostable scheme.
It denotes the Vinçotte certification that considers a product as "compostable at home". Vinçotte is a Belgian accredited inspection and certification organization.
We are one of the only few companies in the world that have this certification of domestic composting based on the European standard EN 13432.
Principal certifier of compostable products for USA and Canada. Its strict certification program guarantees that products and packaging that display the BPI logo have been tested and verified independently according to scientifically based standards.
At AMS-Compostable we are aware of the role we need to play in driving social and environmental change. We would like to start small, with the basics because most consumers know little about composting and less about bioplastics. Aligning with
Latin American nations that promote the reduction and eradication of using plastic in their day to day
Human beings are linked to the environment just to satisfy their daily needs, creating relations and dependency between the nature and society that lives within. In that natural environment you can find physic, chemical and biologic elements that integrate the