Titan Bioplastics, LLC, is a biopolymer-based consulting firm with a variety of hemp and biodegradable based material technologies. Our technologies are adapted for use by clients to transform current product materials to sustainable ones. Titan stands to pioneer innovative material changes from oil-based plastic to plant-based bioplastics. Bioplastics industry is exploding and so is the technology to support the changes in material replacements. Titan has the potential to lead this industry by providing a broad range of formulation replacements. Titan Bioplastics can supply tested, researched and scientifically formulated sustainable materials, to replace plastics.

While material biosciences are a developing segment of industry, our science team has over 30 years of commercialization experience in formulating.  Our science team specializes in the field of biodegradation, biopolymers, thermoplastics and Nano technology applications.  David Abecassis, our Chief Science Officer, is the first scientist to invent a mass producible 'green' nano organoclay, which allows even material disbursement in a continual process, vs. batch processing.

Titan Bioplastics specializes in formulating with industrial hemp fiber and hurd for use in composites. 

Why is this expertise so valuable?

With Bioplastic companies exploding into market and less than 1% of scientists with the expertise to insert Nano technology into biomaterials, it creates a stunt in commercialization when looking at manufacturing efficiencies and costs. Most biomaterial companies cannot compete in price to plastics. Nano technology allows for the elimination of many functional material additives, therefore reducing costs to make biomaterials more cost competitive, while adding certain material characteristics which can replace multiple layers of other biomaterial. This is incredibly valuable.

The Problem.
Corporate ineffectual claims of ‘sustainability’, are being forced to develop ‘actual’ sustainable material programs.

  • Lack of science expertise to adopt formulations for large scale manufacturing.
  • 8.3 billion tons of plastic made so far today.
  • 6.3 billion tons have become trash
  • 79% of that waste is currently sitting in landfills.
  • 8 million tons of plastic ends up in the ocean every year.