*Corresponding author:Norma D Accorso, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America, Email: email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org
Received: November 26, 2018; Published: December 14, 2018
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This last decade has been characterized by the acquisition of new materials based on the biomass, with the objective of replacing the materials obtained from petroleum derivatives, due to the high costs, added to the fact that they are non-renewable inputs and as a measure of the preservation of the environment . In all areas of study has been this responsibility of searching for new and versatile materials. Packaging, medical materials, agro-industry, cosmetics, even energy applications, in all these fields are in constant search to be at the forefront and at the same time reduce all those materials that, during and at the end of their life cycle, cause damage to the environment, either due to the emission of greenhouse gases, or because they lack biodegradable and / or compostable properties .
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