Using plants to replace single-use plastics is a fast growing space. And the revolutionary team at Traceless revels in the competitive and communal spirit this represents.
Pushing the boundaries of regenerative and degenerative materiality, this female-founded, German-based company creates a novel biomaterial that can't be called a bioplastic, because it literally decomposes without a trace, giving it its name. We're particularly enamoured by the company's approach to local raw material sourcing, as well as its desire to help the plastics industry transition to a brighter future. Given the amount of investment and attention Traceless has received in such a short time, we're hopeful this future isn't far off.