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Edible Bioplastics


SDG Agenda 2030


Sustainable Development Goals Agenda 2030 is a resolution that aims to create a better environment for humanity and the planet by 2030. The program, which was adopted in 2015 with the unanimous support of all UN member states, aims to maintain prosperity in all parts of the world and achieve common good.

Under the leadership of our esteemed President, great work is being done in Turkmenistan at the national level to implement the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In this regard, the work being carried out at the Oguz Khan University of Engineering and Technology of Turkmenistan is particularly noteworthy.

Under the guidance of teachers of the Department of Ecology and Ecological Technologies at the University's Ecological Biotechnology Research Production Center, students in the field of Ecology and Nature Preparation are carrying out various project activities. The research center is experimenting with the production of environmentally friendly plastics replacement products.

As a result, the Ecological Biotechnology Scientific Production Center has prepared edible bioplastics for use in packaging various types of food. Experiments have shown that edible bioplastics made from apple juice contain confectionery products, sugar, coffee, flavorings and spices, food packaging such as cheese, dry milk, edible bioplastics made from beetroot, beef products made from fast-growing cereals, spices and their flavors. will be.

Publication: (science.gov.tm/files/tezis-1-tom-2022.pdf)

Project Coordinator: Yuldashov Bahadyr Department of Ecology and nature management, Oguz Han Engineering and Technology University of Turkmenistan