What are Enzymes?

Bioinnovation is a Part of Your Everyday Life

How long have enzymes been used?

Enzymes have been used for hundreds of years, and today the use of them is almost without limits.

Enzymes are Nature’s Problem Solvers

In a handful of soil there are around 5,000 different microorganisms. They are nature’s workhorses, recycling garbage and releasing essential products back into the environment; they also produce the enzymes and other proteins that can be used to solve problems in industries and homes all over the world.

Enzymes are fully biodegradable

Enzymes are a part of nature and are therefore fully biodegradable. Chemicals present a threat to nature. Enzymes can do the same job cheaper and do not threaten the environment.