Biodegradation is the disintegration of materials by bacterial, fungi or other biological means.
Most plastics are derived from propylene, a simple chemical component of petroleum. When heated up in the presence of a catalyst, individual chemical units monomers of propylene link together by forming extremely strong carbon-carbon bonds with each other. This results in polymers long chains of monomers called polypropylene.
While cotton, paper and left over food stuff are decomposable by bacterial action so Option A is correct.