Would you like plastics to have the environmental performance of
sand glass? 

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The best way to describe our technology is by radically separating us from the Biodegradable and Oxo-biodegradable realm.

We don't create a biodegradable plastic, we use a highly complex Thermo-chemical process to re-engineer the polymer chain and turn it into a very similar product to plastic but with a benign chemistry underneath, something like glass made from paraffin wax, which maintains all of the properties from plastic, except that it is more recyclable, and it will never break into microplastics but into wax.

The next question could be; Who's complaining about how long does it take for a glass bottle to biodegrade? and the answer would be; Nobody, because glass isn't a biomagnification factor.

Timeplast is a Nano-technology Company that specializes in the alteration and reengineering of polymers at the manufacturing process of a plastic product, with the purpose of turning back the time of a polymer's heat history, forcing the chemical structure and combination reaction to go backwards by extrusion-heated-Nano-depolymerization and wax micro-formation, which improves the recyclability of plastic 307.5%, by introducing a version of itself that increases mechanical properties and clarity. Concomitantly Timeplast also marks by Solvation and Oxidation weak spots on the polymer chain for it not to be longer than paraffin wax's once it eventually breaks down in Nature.


 When we say we have the only feasible solution for the plastic pollution epidemic, we truly mean it. The solution is actually fairly simple; instead of leaving Mother Nature to take care of the colosal burden of disintegrating plastic, we take on the job of disintegrating it instead, chemically.

  TimePlast is the first and only Company in the U.S. with a Patent approved by the USPTO on the Degradation of Plastic, not the degradation. This doesn't mean we have the ability to create a "Degradable" or "Biodegradable" plastic, specially because there's no such thing as a "biodegradable plastic".

   Why is it that our plastic is not degradable? Because we don't pass on the burden of degrading plastic to Nature.

"The Freedom of the New World is the hope of the universe."

                           - Simon Bolivar