MakeGrowLab Creates A Biorevolutionary Material To Replace Plastic Packaging

Polish design trailblazer Roza Janusz and Josh Brito an environmental scientist have melded minds to create the MakeGrowLab. Their product Scoby is a biorevolutionary material that's positioned to replace plastic packaging as we know it. Scoby is qualitatively unique in that it is biodegradable, a superb oxygen barrier like plastic but that it can be grown anywhere in the world from a micro organism culture and natural constituents.

Being 100% compostable with a rustic texture and health focused allure, Scoby contains all the beloved qualities of plastic packaging such as being ink sustaining, so it can be printed on, easily shaped, light weight, durable, water resistant and even edible. Seeing that it's estimated that by 2050 there will be more plastic waste in the oceans than fish, this natural product which is designed with a two year lifespan, will never clog our waterways, or even harm animal life that may use it for food.


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For more information, visit the MakeGrowLab website

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