Twin Brothers Are Turning Organic Waste into the Next Big Thing
Twin brothers (and bodysurfing engineers) Dane and Jeff Anderson were tired of getting smacked by plastic debris every time they hit the waves. So they decided to do something about it.
Meet the Anderson brothers, co-founders of Full Cycle Bioplastics, a company whose technology can turn any type of organic waste into PHA. PHA stands for polyhydroxyalkanoates, a compostable and marine degradable bioplastic produced through bacterial fermentation.
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According to the brothers, the difference between their bioplastic and other PHA on the market is its source. Instead of expensive feedstock, their PHA is sourced from cheap, plentiful organic waste.
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