BioDogable Introduces New Dog Waste Bag That Slams Traditional Biodegradable Bags
BioDogable Slams Dog Waste Bag Manufacturers With Their Use Of The Term
BioDogable officials cite that biodegradability is one of those trendy buzzwords that most companies use as a marketing crutch without really understanding the science. In order for a bag to biodegrade, it must be exposed to oxygen, so their point is that the majority of dog waste bags end up in landfills where they are deprived of oxygen.
"Biodegradable in the absence of oxygen would be like Alka-Seltzer in the absence of water – it just doesn't work and it makes no sense," said Ryan McMullen, BioDogable's Owner. Added McMullen, "I believe that we've been conditioned to believe that biodegradable is always a good thing without ever really understanding how it works. We want to be the ones who educate the public and show them there is a better way."
The technology BioDogable uses is a combination of organic corn starch and recycled plastic resin. According to company officials, they believe their technology reduces the environmental impact much more than any other technology on the market today.
Additionally, BioDogable officials point out the importance of manufacturing in the United States where the process and materials used are much more heavily regulated than importing from other countries like China, Indonesia and India where regulations are much looser and, in some cases, non-existent.
"We've got children's toys being made with lead, so who in the world knows what is contained in imported plastics?" said McMullen.
BioDogable was founded on a vision to provide simple, eco-friendly products to the dog world including our original dog poop bags, but also be a whistle blower against all of the crooked marketing practices out there to be an advocate for our dogs and planet.
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