BADP: Bio-Accelerated Degradable Plastic

What is BADP?

BADP is an innovative biodegradable accelerated plastic. This plastic possesses properties allowing it to degrade naturally through microbial activity, offering a solution to environmental pollution issues.

Key Features:

  • Biological Decomposition: Specially developed, BADP completely breaks down under certain conditions (temperature, humidity, etc.) due to microbial activity.

  • Eco-friendly: Drastically reduces environmental impact compared to conventional petrochemical plastics.

  • Compatibility with Existing Plastics: BADP can be mixed with traditional non-biodegradable plastics (PP, PE, PS), enabling its use in a variety of products.


BADP can be used in packaging, disposables, construction materials, and more. It serves as an

alternative to traditional plastic products, contributing to environmental protection.

BADP Product Overview

1. Limitations of Current Bioplastics:

  • Most plastics (e.g., PE, PP, PS) don’t degrade quickly in nature, leading to environmental problems.

  • Bioplastics, while degradable, often cannot match the performance of regular plastics, which can compromise product quality and value.

2. BADP’s Technology and its Innovation:

  • BADP is a revolutionary plastic that offers the same performance as regular plastics but degrades fully after use.

  • This means delivering an eco-friendly plastic & Microplastic solution without sacrificing performance.

3. The Significance of BADP Technology:

  • The need for biodegradable plastics to address microplastic plastic pollution is paramount.

  • However, creating a degradable plastic without compromising its fundamental functions was challenging. BADP emerged as a groundbreaking solution.

Decomposition Principle and Technical Explanation of BADP Plastic

1. Technical Principle of Plastic Decomposition:

  • BADP plastic contains special enzymes and microbial inducers, which collaborate to ensure the complete biodegradation of the plastic product.

2. Naturally Occurring Plastic-degrading microbes and Enzymes:

  • While some microbes and enzymes capable of degrading plastic are found in specific natural environments, commercializing them has its challenges, limiting their practical use.

3. The Bio-degradation Principle of BADP:

  • The specialized enzymes in BADP break down the strong molecular bonds of the plastic.

  • The microbial inducers attract and proliferate surrounding microbes to quickly decompose the resultant low-molecular-weight plastic fragments.

  • These combined processes ensure that BADP plastic fully biodegrades in an environmentally friendly manner.

Complete Microbial Degradation Process of Petroleum-based Plastics with BADP Additive

1. Deterioration:

  • External environmental factors (such as sunlight, temperature, humidity, acid rain) weaken the plastic products, causing them to fracture into smaller pieces.

  • The surface of the plastic breaks down, exposing its internal structure.

2. Bio Fragmentation & Attraction:

  • Enzymes, which were encapsulated in micro-capsules, get activated as they are released.

  • The inducer attracts nearby bacteria rapidly, which then breaks down the plastic into low molecular weight fragments.

3. Assimilation:

  • Microorganisms absorb these fragmented low molecular weight pieces.

  • These fragments undergo further digestion within the microbial cells.

4. Mineralization:

  • The microbes use the energy derived from the digestion process and expel the remaining substances as water and carbon dioxide (CO₂).

  • In certain environments, like landfills, methane (CH₄) gas is also produced.

Degradable Plastic

Degradable plastic refers to plastics capable of breaking down. The breakdown of plastic can occur physically, chemically, or biologically. In this context, the term specifically implies biodegradable plastics. Plastics produced with BADP can be fully decomposed by microorganisms under specific conditions, such as certain temperatures and humidity levels. By combining non-degradable raw materials with BADP, the resultant product transforms into a plastic that biodegrades after disposal.


This signifies that when plastics produced with BADP are exposed to biodegrading conditions, their decomposition process is accelerated by bacteria. For plastic biodegradation to occur, it is essential to break the strong molecular bonds of the synthetic high-molecular polymers that make up plastics.

Once these bonds are severed, the resulting low-molecular-weight plastic
can be consumed by microorganisms. Achieving this requires

  1. The application of technology that prepares the traditionally non-degradable plastics into a state where their high molecular bonds are broken, making it accessible for microbial consumption.

  2. Implementing techniques that rapidly attract a significant number of bacteria to consume the broken-down plastic. Through these methods, the goal is to pursue complete decomposition that is expedited by bacteria.


What is BADP?

BADP consists of organic and inorganic compounds that use a special small amount of additives to promote complete biodegradation of polymeric plastics, with no microplastics left at room temperature rather than in high temperature and high humidity industrial composting facility conditions.

How does BADP work?

BADP is an additive that uses microorganisms that decompose plastic and inductive substances that induce microorganisms that decompose plastic, cuts the polymer chain of polymer plastic, and makes it a low molecular weight, and eventually reduces it to natural substances such as water, carbon dioxide, and biomass.

Is BADP safe for food contact?

Yes, BADP has undergone toxicity tests such as seed germination rate tests and earthworm tests and is safe for use in food contact applications in accordance with FDA regulations.

Are BADP-treated plastics biodegradable in landfill?

Yes, BADP-treated plastics are designed to biodegrade in exposed aerobic and anaerobic environments such as landfills. Landfills generate small amounts of methane gas resources.

Are there any harmful by-products?

No, there are no harmful byproducts from BADP products.