Biodegradable Plastics break down into soil and bacteria after disposal, and enter the nutrient cycle, unlike normal plastics which do not break down. This allows for environmentally responsible use of plastics for consumer goods.
Titan Bioplastics adapts and develops biodegradable plastics both from hemp, cannabis and traditional biodegradable materials such as PLA or Polybutyrate. Titan also develops fillers from hemp and cannabis which boost thermoplastic properties, such as tensile and impact strength.
In addition, Titan Bioplastics can make traditional thermoplastics greener by auditing the following nanoparticle-vectored properties:
David Abecassis is an interdisciplinary scientist who earned a degree in natural sciences and a bachelors degree in biological chemistry from the University of Toulouse France. He then went on to complete a Joint Master degree from Rutgers University where he studied biodegradation with Richard Bartha at Cook College. Upon graduation he worked in diversified polymer consulting which included a variety of polymer driven applications, everything from diapers to packaging to aerospace composites. He spent over 10 years in collaborative research in the field of thermoplastic nano-composites with Stony Brook University and Brooklyn Polytechnic Faculty, which included novel flame retardant packages, and eventually the worlds first mass produceable organoclay.
David Abecassis is a pioneer in adapting his cutting edge knowledge to biodegradable materials and sustainable plastics. As Chief Science Officer of Titan Bioplastics, David heads up R&D as well as IP efforts and implementation.
We own sustainable biotech recipes for plastic composite, graphene and nano applications. Looking to transform your own products to make a statement and impact in market? We can help you. We license our master batch formulations and/or customize from our base. Either way, you will be contributing to the new economy on the horizon in sustainability. Join us in replacing, renewing and reducing unsustainable commodities.