Published On: Mon, Mar 25th, 2013

US-based Custom Bioplastics to market the new Bio-buddy dog waste bag using Cardia’s Biohybrid technology

Cardia Bioplastics Limited and the US-based Custom Bioplastics LLC announced the launch by Custom Bioplastics of the new “Bio-buddy dog waste bag” developed using Cardia’s new Biohybrid technology.

US-based Custom Bioplastics to market the new Bio-buddy dog waste bag using Cardia's Biohybrid technology

US-based Custom Bioplastics to market the new Bio-buddy dog waste bag using Cardia's Biohybrid technology

The new “Bio-buddy dog waste bag” is now being manufactured and marketed into the US and online by Custom Bioplastics, an established manufacturer of blown and cast film plastic packaging. The “Bio-buddy dog waste bag” is offered as a new lower carbon footprint alternative to conventional oil-based dog waste bags. According to the announcement, the new “Bio-buddy dog waste bags” has been developed using Cardia Biohybrid technology that requires less oil hence has a lower carbon footprint. Custom Bioplastics also use recycled plastics in the manufacturing process.

Custom Bioplastics Managing Director, Dick Mathes, said, “Their new Biohybrid Bio-buddy dog waste bag is made with a combination of recycled resin and Cardia’s Biohybrid technology. Bio-buddy’s Biohybrid dog waste bags allow for plant starch to be combined with recycled resin. The plant starch lessens the total carbon footprint of the bag along with creating a bag that is soft and silky to the touch. This introduction is result of a desire of Custom Bioplastics to provide a dog waste bag that follows the newly issued FTC Green Guidelines and laws being enacted in California.

“The Bio-buddy dog waste bag demonstrates the latest in sustainable technology and again confirms the diverse application of Cardia’s Biohybrid proprietary technology. Cardia’s main advantage besides the soft touch is that we deliver a product with a lower carbon footprint using renewable and sustainable resources – in line with the recent growing global trend.” Cardia’s Chairman Pat Volpe said.

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