Generally speaking, most cell phones on the market are packaged with a protective film to protect the new phone from scratches, bruises, screen scratches and other situations. When the protective film is removed, consumers can start to experience the new phone, but the protective film has completed its mission, it often ends up in the trash.
Most protective films are non-biodegradable fossil-based materials. With 1 billion new cell phones each year, plus other consumer electronics products, the annual white pollution film generated by the billions pieces, resulting in environmental problems and major consumer electronics brands’ environmental protection and carbon reduction value proposition seriously deviated.
Although some brands have switched to paper products to replace plastic products, but paper packaging products are not a perfect alternative. The waterproof nature of paper products is their biggest shortcoming, which is also the advantage of plastic film, is there a material that combines the strengths of both?
The Biodegradable BOPLA Film, BiONLY is the alternative solution.
It’s controllable degradation and can be completely degraded into water and carbon dioxide under certain conditions, At the same time, BiONLY also has mechanical properties closer to the original plastic material, as well as more excellent printing and optical properties. It can not only be used as a surface laminate for packaging boxes to protect cartons and enhance texture, but also obtain matte effect, waterproof, anti-scratch and enhanced touch after surface coating treatment, so it is an ideal protective film for the electronic products.
Post time: Feb-23-2022