Biodegradation is a chemical process in which materials are metabolized into CO2, water and biomass with the help of microorganisms. The biodegradation process depends on the conditions (e.g. location, temperature, humidity, presence of microorganisms, etc.) of the specific environment (industrial composting plant, garden compost, soil, water, etc.) and the material or application itself. Therefore, the process and its results may be very different.
In order to recover through organic recovery (composting), materials or products need to be biodegradable. Compostability is a feature of a product, package, or related component that allows it to biodegrade under specific conditions (e.g., specific temperature, time range, etc.). These specific conditions are described in standards such as Australian industrial composting standard as4736 and domestic composting standard as5810-2010. Materials and products conforming to this standard can be certified and marked accordingly.
Biodegradable please note that in order to make an accurate and specific statement of compostability, you need to specify the location (home, industry) and time range.
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