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Mirel Bioplastics by Telles

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Mirel Bioplastics by Telles are, in their own words, "a family of bioplastic materials including a new biobased film grade resin for compostable bags and films." While Mirel boasts that it is biodegradable on their website they state that Mirel is not designed to biodegrade in landfills. [1]

Exhibitor at 2011 BioCycle 11th Annual Conference on "Renewable Energy from Organics Recycling"

Mirel Bioplasticts by Telles was an exhibitor at the 2011 BioCycle 11th Annual Conference on "Renewable Energy from Organics Recycling." BioCycle Magazine is a publication serving the interests of the sewage sludge industry.[2]

Contact

North America Headquarters
650 Suffolk Street, Suite 100
Lowell, MA 01854-3639 USA

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References

  1. Biobased Plastics from Renewable Resources, Mirel Plastics, accessed November 9, 2011
  2. BioCycle, Exhibitor Directory, publisher's website, accessed November 3, 2011
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