Global demand for products increases every year, and until recently polymers were the prime material to answer this demand. The reasons include versatility, quality and price competitiveness, for instance, and because of these characteristics it became a environmental problem. Therefore, it is mandatory to circularize the use of these, reducing the production of new polymers and extending its lifetime, biopolymers or bio-recycled-polymers are part of the solution. Neutroplast, in collaboration with PIEP, has produced pharma-grade jars of two biopolymers. Two combinations were tried i. Polypropylene and eucalyptus nitens; ii. High-density polyethylene and mussel shells. This is a solution that promises to innovate the market while reducing plastic consumption.