Biodegradable materials are usually organic material such as a plant or animal matter and other substances originating from living organisms, or artificial materials that are similar enough to plant and animal matter to be put to use by microorganisms. Microorganisms have the ability to degrade materials into things like CO2, H20, and biomass. Oftentimes biodegradable materials is converted into materials. A biodegradable product ultimately is reused by the earth in a useful manner while non-biodegradable materials just sit in a landfill or even pollute the earth.
When something is biodegradable, it means that the object can be broken down by a physiological environment.
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