Turtle-Ware Is Launching A New Biohybrid Bag
Made of recycled materials and renewable starch these bags lower the carbon footprint, but don't skimp on the convenience.
Usable for almost any type of activity, Turtle-Ware's bags can be used for travels, cycling, picnics, outdoor sporting events, camping, in the car to collect the accumulating mess, and much more. They double as disposable diaper bags for the parents on the go, or as diaper sacks for newborns. With the disposable biohybrid bags, the contributed thickness from the resin, and silky feel from the starch allow the bags to easily open up.
These bags are proudly and locally made in the United States. They stand above biodegradable or compostable bags in that they conserve resources by first using resin made from recycled plastic, and then go a step further by reducing the total amount of plastic used with their added non-food grade, GMO-free industrial starch, lowering carbon footprint, and increasing the renewable content of the bags by 50%. Contrary to common belief, many biodegradable bags are not environmentally friendly. They break down from one large plastic bag into small flakes of plastic, persisting in the environment, and causing harm to the ecosystem.
The bags measures 8" x 11.75" and do not contain artificial fragrances. Retailing at $21.99 for 200 pieces, they are shipped to customers tightly secured with no additional packaging beyond the recyclable cardboard box they're shipped in. The bags have a very simple, yet fresh look to them that goes a long way for the conscious consumer seeking environmentally proven products. Turtle-ware bags would be a great start towards reducing the total amount of plastic used daily. This bag is ecologically responsible, and is a better choice for the natural environment.
Turtle-Ware's mission is to help customers attain more with less, by providing them with quality products that cater to an environmentally-friendly lifestyle. Turtle-ware's motto is "Quality Goods for Quality of Life."
Mark and Valerie Johnson started Turtle-Ware, in April of 2014. It started with the intention to answer the consumers quest for something that will make a healthy difference in the environment. Biohybrid bags are the first set of products they've released on the market. They love to enjoy the outdoors by bringing with them the turtle-ware bags which ensures their responsibility of bringing the trash back to where it belongs.
Mark & Valerie Johnson
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