Natural material of the future

Let's give nature back what we owe. Nonoilen is an eco alternative which enables us to swap traditional plastic materials. Nonoilen is a progressive bio-degradable material made from sustainable sources.

"One of the first conditions of happiness is that the link between man and nature shall not be broken."


Help protect our only home

The global plastic production has reached 370 million tonnes in 2019 and gets worse every year. Plastic production is expected to double by 2050. Almost 80% of plastic waste ends at dumps, oceans and nature in general, only 12% is recycled. This requires a sweeping change in how we think about plastic production and plastic waste disposal. 

Nonoilen brings a solution to the table.

With a biodegradable material, we are able to almost completely replace plastics

We are introducing the option of material recycling, which cannot be achieved with other bioplastic materials

We are rethinking the life cycle of products so that the waste created can be re-used and doesn't hurt the environment.

We are re-using materials created as waste products in other industries and use them as entry materials for the production of Nonoilen.



100% ecological

Nonoilen enables a closed life cycle of products in the spirit of the philosophy: "Let's give back nature what we own." Its decomposition helps alleviate climate change.

Fully compostable

Nonoilen is 100% biodegradable, no microplastics are created and degrades only in a bio-active environment.

Fully sustainable

Nonoilen is created from polymers originating from 100% sustainable sources.

100% Slovak

Nonoilen is a material invented and produced in Slovakia

Produced without fossil fuels

Nonoilen doesn't include any synthetic polymers produced from fossil fuels.


Nonoilen decomposes into harmless and non-toxic compounds that don't have a negative impact on nature.


Nonoilen can be recycled a number of times


Nonoilen cycle


Getting entry materials

The base compounds for the production of Nonoilen and sourced from biomass



Various types of Nonoilen can be created which are further used to manufacture high-quality, eco-conscious products



Nonoilen gets composted without the creation of microplastics.


Biomass + Soil enrichment

We close the cycle by creating soil-enriching compost.


Uses and benefits

Using regular bioplastics

100% clean

Flexible uses

Reduced energy costs

High temperature stability

Fast and complete biodegradation


Practical use

Nonoilen is suitable to be used in production of a wide spectrum of products with various attributes. Depending on the type of application, the products can be mutli-use, come into contact with food, used in the dishwasher and handle temperatures up to 100°C.

Cases, toys

Containers, culinary industry

Personal hygiene


3D printing filaments

Transport and retail packaging

With Nonoilen, we can replace 30% of all plastic packaging in the world.

Technologically compatible

If you decide to use Nonoilen in your products, you do not need to change the existing technology, just replace the granulate. Nonoilen is compatible with standard plastic processing technologies.

Injection molding

3D printing


Technical fabrics

Films production


Melt spinning


Extrusion coating



Non-woven fabrics

Boards production



The main ingredients are polylactic acid (PLA) and polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB), the first generation of Nonoilen bioplastics. In addition to these two base polymers, the second generation contains specially modified starch, the so-called thermoplastic starch (TPS). PLA is also made from starch and PHB is a metabolic product of certain micro-organisms and is also produced industrially by biotechnology.

In addition to these basic ingredients, organic plasticizers (almost exclusively citric acid esters) are added to the mixtures. A third generation of Nonoilen is currently being developed, which will use organic waste from other biomass-based industries and should have better mechanical properties and even easier degradability in a biologically active environment.

Nonoilen's base philosophy is that the raw material base for polymers should not be of fossil origin, but from renewable sources instead.

The difference is generally in three basic parameters. Other bioplastics on the market do not have at least one of these parameters. For example, PLA itself is made from renewable raw materials, but is too brittle, cannot be made into flexible and tough products and has poor stability at higher temperatures.


A cup made from Nonoilen can be washed in hot water up to 100 °C, the PLA cup cannot. The blends used to make flexible films and biodegradable bags and pouches that are currently on the market contain approximately 50% polymer base from fossil raw material sources. Nonoilen is flexible even without fossil polymers.

The composition of bioplastic products currently on the market is rather hazy. Only incomplete information is provided, such as the fact that the product is made from renewable sources. The fact that only 30% of the sources are renewable and the rest are fossil materials is often undisclosed. Unfortunately, it is very difficult, if not impossible, for the public to get to the real composition of conventional bioplastics.


With Nonoilen, we are able to exactly and publicly document its composition.

This largely depends on the product itself. Thicker products will decompose more slowly than thin films. In laboratory tests, Nonoilen in any formulation decomposes faster than wood or in some cases, faster than pure cellulose.


In tests in a real municipal composting plant, it decomposes much earlier than paper or pulp. The 50-micron film from the first generation of Nonoilen decomposes in about 14-20 days in the conditions of an industrial electric composter for kitchen waste disposal, the second generation of Nonoilen in 6 to 12 days.

In soil at a temperature of 25 °C, about 60 % decomposes in a year

The production of Nonoilen is based on the mixing of several basic polymers and additives, but it is not just simple mechanical mixing, but a so-called reactive mixing, where specific chemical reactions take place in the melt, which give the final product some exceptional properties. For example, despite the fact that it contains PLA, which does not decompose under home compost conditions, Nonoilen is capable of such decomposition.

In the case of the second generation, even with a high starch content in the mix, very good mechanical properties can be achieved. Nonoilen can be modified in a relatively wide range from hard and rigid materials to highly flexible, ductile materials.


It is similar in mechanical properties to the corresponding synthetic equivalents.

This will depend on how willing we are to implement green solutions in our daily lives. This type of plastic is a material that does not contain polymers from fossil sources and so does not contribute to the global warming effect when it breaks down.


In addition, after decomposition into humus, the third generation of Nonoilen will leave it enriched with some of the elements that plants need for their growth and are currently supplied in traditional agriculture in the form of artificial fertilisers.

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Do you want to be a part of the future?

Contact us and we will be happy to discuss possible uses of Nonoilen in your products.

Pavol Roman


+421 911 147 480