Thermoplastic and homogeneous composite material, made from residual municipal solid waste, destined for landfills: food waste, soiled cardboard, paper and mixed plastics.
During the conversion process, the unsorted residual waste stream is reduced into its more basic natural components.
These natural components reconstitute themselves and bind together into a new composite material.
The material can be mixed with olefin, styrene and chlorine-based resins and additives, tailoring its characteristics to the buyer.
It is typically used in concentrations of 30% to 100% of the finished product weight, it is used in the production of objects and accessories as substitute of plastics.