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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.
Green Dot, BioInspiration and 3dk.berlin Partner to Create WillowFlex, a New Flexible Filament for 3D Printer
BioInspiration introduces WillowFlex, a new flexible filament for 3D printers that offers unmatched superior performance with greater temperature resistance, better adhesion and faster printing sppeds. The filament is made with Green Dot’s Terratek® Flex compostable elastomeric bioplastic. Green Dot has just published a case study detailing the project and the unique physical characteristics of the material.
Plastics Today took a deep dive into the relationship between Green Dot and Pearl Jam, what went into the band’s decision to make a gift for their fans from a compostable bioplastic, and what it might mean for the future of environmentalism for this story.
Bixby International is a custom thermoplastic sheet extruder and laminator offering one of the industry’s broadest polymer and substrate selections. Over the past several years, Bixby has been working with Green Dot, a full-service bioplastics company dedicated to meeting the growing demand for biobased and compostable materials.
The industry publication took a look at Pearl Jam’s decision to make a gift for their fans from a new compostable bioplastic material.
Pearl Jam and Green Dot, working together with Sea-Lect Plastics, have created a biodegradable luggage tag manufactured locally in the Seattle area. The tags were made as a special gift to members of the band’s popular fan organization, the Ten Club.