Bio-circular and plastic-free material

Considering new companies tackling this same challenge, Traceless has envisioned a world where the materials we use positively impact the planet instead of leading to pollution and waste. With circularity in mind, Traceless tackles the challenge of chemical pollution and the release of novel entities by developing innovative technologies that use natural biopolymers (i.e., sustainable, biodegradable materials made from plants, microorganisms, and other natural sources) from the agricultural industry.

With this innovation, they are producing bio-circular and plastic-free materials that avoid chemical pollution and the release of novel entities. These materials can then be turned into a wide range of sellable products.

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