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mers. Current PHA production capacity is only 25 thousand tonnes. The major restriction for the wide commercialization and industrialization of PHA is the high cost of produc-tion, though European Bioplastics expect a significant increase in PHA production in the coming years. PHAs are produced from microbial fermentation mainly using ...
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