The EarthBi combines the virtual world - through the creation of a special token utility for the "green" sector called "ERA" - the production of polymers with characteristics of high biodegradability and quality and wide use. The project, in essence, is aimed at the diffusion of innovative biopolymers, generated thanks to proprietary industrial property rights (patents and know-how). The ERA token utility will allow buyers to obtain major amount of raw materials (30%) or discounts (equal to 30% of the average market price of BVW) on the finished products made of bioplastic. ERA can be purchased and exchanged through special portals. The EarthBi project will also have use of the full traceability of the production chain thanks to the use of blockchain technology in order to guarantee customers and consumers the qualities and characteristics declared. The availability of EarthBi piopolymers at full capacity will be approximately 60,000 tons for year. The project, as the start and implementation of biopolymer production, will be achieved thanks to the use of equity and debt.
EarthBi® plastic can be used without having to change existing production lines and it is possible to print complex and detailed plastic products, such as bottle caps.
Biopolymers can be processed in normal petrochemical plastics processing plants without having to make special modifications to existing structures.
The biopolymer can be used in the industrial sectors of packaging, automotive, transport, construction, beverage, biomedical applications, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals.
The basic element from which EarthBi® bioplastics
derive is the: PLA - Polylactic acid - Patented
Public sale ERA. Start of construction of a bioplastic plant in Italy.
Start of production of bioplastics in Italy. Start of construction of other bioplastics plant in Europe.
European production of EarthBi bioplastics. Construction of an additional EarthBi bioplastic production plant in Europe.
EarthBi European bioplastic production launched in 2020.
EarthBi bioplastic production at full capacity for a minimum quantity of 60 thousand tons/year.