Biocomposite Series

Molded Products with an Authentic and Beautiful Texture
Derived from Natural Materials with the Strength of Plastic

The Biocomposite Series of Nissha ecosense molding comprises products that are made by blending natural materials, such as wood chips, with bio-based resins and then molding them. These products not only highlight the elegance of naturally sourced materials through their beautiful texture, but also serve as a sustainable alternative to petroleum-based plastics, reducing environmental impact and pollution.

Various applications and markets

Supplement jar routine

Supplement jar

Cosmetics Shea butter case

Shea butter case

Supplement jar Forest Spa Finland

Supplement jar
Forest Spa Finland


Circular Resources

The Biocomposite Series reduces the use of petroleum-based plastics by incorporating natural materials. Additionally, the amount of CO2 emitted during the incineration of natural materials is significantly lower than that of petroleum-based plastics, and any emitted CO2 can be absorbed by plants during their growth, making them carbon-neutral. In the unlikely event that the product ends up in the natural environment, it will not generate microplastics as it decomposes naturally through biodegradation and composting, contributing to environmental conservation. These products are durable and suitable not only for disposable items but also for products that are expected to be used for a long period of time while incorporating natural materials.

Mitigation of environmental pollution

The Biocomposite Series are made from natural materials, which makes them biodegradable. By promoting biodegradation, these products can reduce the amount of waste generated and, in the event of being released into the natural environment, they can decompose like plants, reducing environmental pollution. After conducting composting tests*, it was found that the molded products decomposed and returned to the soil after just three months. These products contribute to the natural resource circulation by biodegrading in the same way as trees in natural environments.
*Sulapac®, Based on EN13432