BioCity Tech introduces a user-friendly web application to order personalized bioplastic goods with customizable features.
We encourage people to use sustainable eco-friendly goods instead of single-use plastic products. We are creating a future where every person can order personalized bioplastic products and use them in their day-to-day life.
We are launching our web application, which is going to customize bioplastic products upon users’ preferences and order “eco-friendly” sustainable goods:
We are inspired to introduce the eco-friendly solution to the public to improve waste management and sustainability in communities.
We act in a transparent manner and engage the public in the development of environmentally friendly choices and skills. We are driven by high quality, cost-effective resources, and services for our clients.
Siu Keung is an entrepreneur with strong leadership skills and has an outstanding track record of countless projects completed on time and within a budget. Siu graduated from the University of Lightbridge with a Bachelor of Management in Marketing. Siu Keung is respected in his professional career and has excessive experience in the industry.
"As an entrepreneur, I have extensive experience in business and product development, management operations. I have in-depth knowledge of the plastic industry and successful experience working on innovative products and services."- Siu Keung, CEO of BioCity Tech Solutions Corp.
Economic Study of the Canadian Plastic Industry, Market and Waste shows that the total amount of plastics consumed in Canada in 2016 was 4.6 million metric tons. The biggest source of waste comes from packaging, then automotive parts, electronics, and textiles.
Bioplastics are generally considered as an eco-friendly alternative to petrochemical plastics because of their production from renewable resources and their biodegradability. The idea is that these new, earthier plastics can replace the harmful ones in our food and around our home.
Scientists and manufacturers generally describe bioplastics in the following ways:
Bioplastics are used for disposable items, such as packaging, crockery, cutlery, pots, bowls, and straws. In principle they could replace many applications for petroleum-derived plastics, however, cost and performance remain problematic. Their usage is financially favorable only if supported by specific regulations limiting the usage of conventional plastics.