Green Dot Bioplastics Secures $6.5 Million to Expand Material Portfolio and Increase Production Capacity
Green Dot Bioplastics has closed a $6.5 million Series A Preferred Round led by Fulcrum Global Capital. Funds will be used to implement management’s strategic plan to capitalize on rapidly rising demand for more sustainable plastics.
Braskem Congratulates Green Dot Bioplastics on Being Awarded the Bio-Based Product of the Year (Americas) 2017
Green Dot Bioplastics recognized for development of an innovative bioplastic composite utilizing Braskem’s I’m green™ biopolymer and natural corn fibers.
Green Dot Bioplastics Introduces Terratek® Biocomposites Made with More Than 90% Renewable Feedstocks
Company leaders are always seeking new materials to meet the growing consumer demand for more sustainable plastic products. For years, Green Dot has worked with plastics manufacturers and product designers to make products that help consumers contribute to a more sustainable world.
Surf equipment manufacturer, Futures Fins, is introducing a new fin for stand-up paddleboards (SUP) created from biocomposites. The RWC (reclaimed wood composite) Keel is an environmentally friendly biocomposite-based fin that meets, and in some aspects exceeds, traditional performance demands.
Green Dot Bioplastics has developed a new biodegradable biocomposite for horticultural applications made from reclaimed biobased feedstocks.
We’re proud to announce the opening of our new product development facility in Ottawa, Kansas. The newly expanded facility can quickly and efficiently produce customized bioplastic and biocomposite materials formulated to our customers’ needs.Read more
Green Dot’s Bioplastic helps 100,000 Comcast Employees Represent Global Citizen at Comcast Cares Day
Green Dot supplies Comcast with over 100,000 Global Citizen street identifier bracelets made with the Green Dot’s Terratek® BD bioplastic.
Green Dot has created a wearable identifier for global citizens in advance of the 2015 Global Citizen Festival. This simple accessory can be worn for years, and when its useful life has ended, it can be returned to nature when place in a composting environment.
The magazine introduced its audience to a new, flexible and compostable 3D printing filament that was the result of a collaboration between Berlin-based BioInspiration and Green Dot.