BANGKOK, 18 February 2013 (NNT) – The Science and Technology Ministry is pushing Thailand to become a bio-plastic hub of ASEAN within 3 years as well as to improve and preserve the environment.
Science and Technology Minister Worawat Uea-apinyakul said the ministry is cooperating with the National Innovation Agency and the Thai Bioplastics Industry Association in helping Thai bio-plastic entrepreneurs enhance their business capacity by transforming cassava into bio-plastics to replace polyethylene plastics which are very harmful to the nature. He is targeting to make Thailand the bio-plastic hub of the ASEAN region within 3 years’ time.
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