polyvinyl alcohol plastic bags,
water soluble biodegradable bag
PVA film is a packaging material that is safe for the environment and fully biodegradable when disposed of in water or in waste. PVA films have the optimum tensile strength and flexibility to be used with multiple forms of packaging material. PVA film is an eco friendly innovation that helps the consumer with precise dosing of products and safe handling/storage of toxic/hazardous products. PVA film is used for packaging of agrochemicals, dyes, cements, food additives, fish bait, seeds, soiled clothes, toilet blocks, powder and liquid detergents etc. This unique product can revolutionize the future of the packaging industry.
Agro Chemical Film
Chemicals used in agriculture are usually highly toxic, cause severe pollution and endanger our health. Therefore, people have been paying more attention to the materials of agricultural packaging. Although being used for a long time, chemicals of regular agricultural packaging have three main disadvantages. Firstly, liquid agriculture chemical is packed in glass bottles which are easily breakable, and cause leakage of toxic chemical. Secondly, a lot of leftover in packaging produces a large amount of chemical waste. Thirdly, if the agricultural chemical packaging with leftover were to be discarded in rivers, rivulets, farms or terra, etc. it would pollute the soil and water, which would be hazardous to the environment in the long term. Active agrochemical ingredients embedded in inhibit dermal and ocular exposure of the farmers/users to the harmful chemicals and ensure that the plants receive the right quantity of agrochemical required for its protection against disease and growth.
Cement additives/dyes/enzymes are alkali, acidic and neutral in nature. Commonly used outdoors, cement additives, if not controlled, can easily cause injury to the operators' eyes and skin. Operators protect themselves by using a variety of protective clothing and accessories to avoid personal harm. In recent times, there has been an increase in the use of PVA films in the packaging of dyes, cement additives and enzyme in order to minimize pollution and to provide a consistent dose during the manufacturing process of the product. By using PVA film, the mixing operations have become simple and the additive measures are more exact.