Plastics used to be our passion, that is, until we learned a harsh truth that we could not look away from. They are harmful for our environment and the planet we all live on. Plastic production has been contributing to a wide range of environmental issues, realizing this. Our team began to study Green Manufacturing, Clean Energy, and Renewable Materials.
Our efforts are two-fold:
1. Actively design and build eco-efficient products that can be used in harmony with the natural world.
2. Promote our products as an alternative to eco-destructive single-use plastic products currently existing in the market.
Ray Anderson has influenced our thinking by explaining “technical food”. There is no cause to create “technical food” that can harm our environment if the same can be done with natural renewable resources.
The foundation of our approach to nature’s needs stems from a professional knowledge in sustainability, and a continuous search for alternative, environmentally-friendly material sources and processes.
Derived from renewable resources, the bioDOGradable bag material benefits from the Vincotte “OK Compost” and “OK Compost Home” labels, which is in accordance to the European standard (EN 13432) for compostability in industrial composting installations and home garden compost heap.
After the use and responsible disposal, bioDOGradable bags are broken down by microorganisms. This process produces good quality humus, suitable for use in gardening or agriculture. It is a natural process for reusing waste.
Our team of experts is well versed in the strengths and weaknesses of the various processes and applications involving bioplastics. Our passion for sustainability comes from our innermost care for the health of humans, pets, and the environment overall.
We define sustainability as the consistent enactment of awareness to reduce the consumption of natural resources and the production of waste at both the individual and organizational level while maintaining current and long-term economic prosperity alongside minimizing negative impacts on the environment and human health progressing towards a net positive outcome for the future.
“Sustained Awareness, Sustainable World”.