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Discover POPSICASE

Biodegradable iPhone case made with polylactic acid coming from plants 🌱. When you do not use it anymore you can send it to us or make it easily desappear on your own by saving CO2 emissions. We tell you how!

Whether you plant it to make it disappear or send it back to us, we’ll give you a 25% discount on the purchase of another POPSICASE.

1. Composed by only 1 part

2. Material

 3. Injected in Hong Kong

Product Life 2 years

Biodegradability

The material from which these Posidonia POPSICASE are made comes from plants such as corn, cassava, sugar cane or beet which capture and sequester CO2, transforming it into long chain polylactic acid (PLA) sugar molecules that can be fermented by microorganisms. As a result, this material is not only biodegradable in nature, but it is also compostable and degrades within a certain amount of time under certain conditions.

How much can your Discover Biodegradable POPSICASE be recovered if you take it back to the brand?

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Material Recovery Index

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Compostable & Biodegradable

  • Biodegraded 100% 100%

Discover POPSICASE is made of a plastic made of polylactic acid which, while NOT recoverable, fully decomposes within 18 months, digested by microorganisms.

How to recover your Discover Popsicase

PPLA is not only biodegradable in nature, i.e. it can be digested by microorganisms so that the carbon atoms in the polymer chains are broken down and returned to nature (petroleum-based plastics cannot), but it is compostable, i.e. it degrades within a certain amount of time under certain conditions.

In this case POPSICASE completely disappears if you plant it in a pot (next to a plant in your window, for example), and leave it outdoors, watering it from time to time. You will see that within 12 to 18 months, it will have completely disappeared as the carbon macromolecules will have been converted into smaller polymers.

COVER (made by polyamide)

100% Biodegraded

We bury all casings underground under high temperature and humidity conditions to allow them to decompose.