What Is PHA ?

Polyhydroxyalkanoates of PHAs are polymers that are amalgamatednaturally by numerous microorganisms that exist in nature. There are over 150 different monomers that are produced throughdifferent microbial fermentation techniques and can be combinedwithin this family to produce materials that possess extremelydifferent properties from one another. Some share similarproperties of thermoplastics while some are more like elastomericmaterials. The biocompatibility and mechanical properties of PHAcan be modified blending and combining PHA with other polymers,additives and enzymes which makes it suitable for an extremelywide range of applications making it the ideal replacement ofconventional plastic.When discarded in either soil or water, PHA turns into a carbonsource which acts as nutrition for microorganism.


These polymers are produced using rapidly regenerative feedstocks (plants, wastes, residual gases) and will biodegrade at end of life. While some of these polymers only biodegrade in certain environments, PHAs will biodegrade in most natural environments, including the oceans.

  • PHA
  • PLA
  • PBS
  • Starch blends

While these polymers are made using rapidly regenerative feedstocks (mostly plants), they will not biodegrade once they are no longer needed. These polymers have the same molecular structure as their fossil-based counterparts.

  • Bio-PE
  • Bio-PET
  • Bio-PA
  • Bio-PTT

Biobased & Non-Biodegradable

The majority of today’s polymers fall into this group. They are made with ancient fossil carbon (from petroleum) and will not biodegrade.

  • PE
  • PP
  • PET

Fossil-Based & Non-Biodegradable

These polymers are produced using ancient fossil carbon (generally from petroleum) but due to their molecular structure, they have the ability to be biodegradable.

  • PBAT
  • PCL

Fossil-Based & Biodegradable

The future is DAANE

we are developing DAANEwhich is a customisablethermoplastic crafted toresemble polypropyleneand/or polyethylene andcould be injection moulded,extruded and blow moulded

the PHBV we produce to makeDAANE has HV content above12 and is 98% pure


  • Straws (foodware)
  • Cups (foodware)
  • Lids (foodware)
  • Utensils (foodware)
  • Produce Bags (Packaging)
  • Food Containers (Packaging)
  • Fibers (Fashion)
  • Bottles (food ware)
  • Shopping Bags (Fashion)
  • Diaper Linings (Medical)
  • Plates (foodware)
  • Trash Bags (packaging)
  • Seals (Packaging)
  • Labels (Packaging)
  • Films (Packaging)
  • Mulch Films (Farming)
  • Controlled Release Drugs (Medical)
  • Slow Release Fertilisers (Farming)
  • Coating (Packaging)



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