Biodegradable Foam Products


 Fast Facts: * Landaal Packaging Systems is a leading provider of Green Cell Foam® products. * Green Cell Foam is the sustainable alternative to polyethylene, polystyrene and polypropylene foams. * Green Cell Foam fully biodegrades within 4 weeks in a moist soil environment. * Green Cell Foam is compostable in any residential or commercial compost facility. * Green Cell Foam recycles easily with corrugated or paper materials. * Green Cell foam dissolves in water. * Green Cell Foam burns cleanly and safely in fireplaces, fire pits and power plants. * Product is naturally anti-static and is perfect for electronic packaging.

Fast Facts:

  • Landaal Packaging Systems is a leading provider of Green Cell Foam® products.
  • Green Cell Foam is the sustainable alternative to polyethylene, polystyrene and polypropylene foams.
  • Green Cell Foam fully biodegrades within 4 weeks in a moist soil environment.
  • Green Cell Foam is compostable in any residential or commercial compost facility.
  • Green Cell Foam recycles easily with corrugated or paper materials.
  • Green Cell foam dissolves in water.
  • Green Cell Foam burns cleanly and safely in fireplaces, fire pits and power plants.
  • Product is naturally anti-static and is perfect for electronic packaging.

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All Green Cell Foam products have the following characteristics:

  • Made from high-grade, non-GMO cornstarch
  • Naturally anti-static, also performs as a desiccant
  • Biodegradable and compostable

Green Cell Foam Original Formula (GCA)

  • Closed-cell foam, available in 2.0-4.8 lb. densities
  • Corrugated design optimizes cushioning and stabilizes cargo
  • Available in ¼” to ½” laminates up to 5” depth
  • Custom cut to size

Green Cell Foam Wrap (GCW)

  • Soft enough for Class “A” surfaces
  • Available in ⅛” depth
  • Width of 24” and lengths of 24″ up to 96”

Green CellPaper (GCP)

  • Surprisingly strong and smooth
  • Available in 1/40” depth
  • Width of 24” and lengths of 24″ up to 96”

 

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