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Fibernyl sheets are made from elephant grass fibers, starch, and PLA (poly-lactic cid/polyactic acid), a plant-based bioplastic derived from corn or sugarcane. Elephant grass is an extremely sustainable crop grown in the Netherlands. It captures four times more CO2 than trees, and no fertilizers or pesticides are used in its cultivation.
Fibernyl sheets are well-suited for use in the Point of Sale (P.O.S.) industry, such as shelf strips, displays, routing, etc. They are also used to create lamps.