Película agrícola certificado EN 17033



Bottles are manufactured using two different processes: injection or extrusion blow moulding. The first method first injects a preform, which is then blown into the shape of the final bottle. The first method first injects a preform, which is then blown into the shape of the final bottle.

INZEA® is the optimal material for compostable bottles as it combines environmental friendliness and good performance. in traditional production processes. Our biopolymers offer the same functionality as conventional polymers, but have the sustainable advantage of composting the container after use together with the organic waste.

Compostable Biopolymers for Bottles

INZEA biopolymers offers compostable grades to be processed by both extrusion and injection blow moulding in conventional facilities.

The INZEA range includes grades for the manufacture of transparent bottles, such as INZEA F29 TR and grades offering a pearlescent or opaque appearance, such as INZEA F38.

Botellas fabricadas con los biopolímeros compostables de INZEA.
Botellas para cosméticos naturales compostables y biodegradables fabricadas con INZEA.

INZEA applications for Bottles

Main applications:

  • Dairy bottles
  • Beverage bottles
  • Containers for plant protection products or consumer goods
  • Natural cosmetics packaging


The world is changing and the plastics industry has to adapt to a new situation where sustainability is a priority for governments, businesses and consumers. INZEA® is our response to our customers’ demand for more sustainable plastic materials.

INZEA is a range of biopolymers which can replace traditional plastics in different applications such as bags, mono-use items and packaging, with the advantage of being biodegradable and compostable.

INZEA product range is obtained from renewable sources and is designed to return to nature by different disposal methodslike industrial & home composting, or by biodegradation in different environments.

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