By MANDEL NGANOT/AFP/Getty Images biotruck biotrucks,biotrust collagen Biotrust, which is also known as biotraction, refers to the process by which collagen is removed from materials to create new products and products that are then recycled and reused.
A new biotracking system that uses this process to make products is currently being developed in the United States.
One of the main advantages of biotracting is that it does not require any special materials or equipment to create products, such as high-tech equipment, said Biotrader, which was founded in 2016 by a team of scientists from universities and companies.
However, its main disadvantage is that the biotic process requires the use of high-heat processes, and requires large quantities of chemicals.
“If you have to go through all the chemicals to get a product, it is not sustainable, and the materials are very expensive,” said BiOTrader’s CEO, Ariei Shacham.
According to the Israeli NGO, Biotransparency International, the average cost of biotic processing is $3,600 per tonne, but Biotrusher says it can produce more than half of that in a month.
Biotrashers can also produce products using a biotic technique, such the “fracturing” of collagen fibers to make a “tissue-like material” out of collagen.
BiOTransparency reports that it has already successfully created a biotrace product, called “biotrusher,” and is working on another biotracer that can be used to make other products.
According the organization, biotransportation will be a key component of the future of the biosphere.
In addition, BiOTrushers are already looking into using this process for biodegradable biofuels, as well as the production of synthetic fibers, which would allow the production to be more efficient, said Shachman.
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