In this master thesis I have been exploring the area of pollution through a special focus on the impact of plastics in its context. In the first step I have researched the existing alternatives to synthetic polymers. As a criteria, I have set the principles of the "Cradle 2 Cradle" system, or the "Eco-Effectiveness. Furthermore, I came to conclusion that the biopolymer PHB has the greatest potential for applicability in the field of industrial design. The key factor to achieve the maximum potential of the biopolymers is 3D printing. With the 3D print technology, I have applied the application concepts, which uses minimum material to achieve the desied mechanical properties. Through this approach, concepts became representatives of an honest and smart design. I have also been elaborating the potential of biopolymers in fields of packagings, toys, toothbrushes, etc. The concept with which I chose to carry on is a multifunctional helmet, which had to meet safety standards, however, still stay as light and as comfortable as possible. Therefore, it is a product which represents the full potential of biopolymers, which are mainly used for packaging, in which case I have decided to design monitor stand to show how the potential use of biopolymers can reach its further uses.