Green Dot Bioplastics Joins Plant Based Products Council
April 30, 2020
Green Dot Bioplastics, Inc. announced today that the company has joined the Plant Based Products Council (PBPC).
Founded by a group of forward-thinking businesses and environmental leaders in January 2019, PBPC seeks to guide the global economy toward more sustainable and responsible consumer products and packaging through greater use of bio-based materials.
As a full-service bioplastics company, Green Dot is excited to join PBPC and its member companies in their commitment to advancing our bioeconomy. Green Dot’s Sarah Harbaugh, Sales & Marketing Director, adds her expertise to the newly formed PBPC Communications Committee, helping raise awareness of the environmental and economic benefits of moving to bioplastic products and packaging.
“We cannot afford to continue our reliance on unsustainable traditional plastics. It is crucial to the future of our planet that we make the switch to plant-based, biodegradable plastics,” Mark Remmert, Green Dot CEO said. “Consumers are increasingly demanding sustainable options, we have the materials and the technology, and more and more companies are committing to increased sustainability goals. We are delighted to join the Plant Based Products Council in their mission to deliver a sustainable future based on renewable goods.”
About Green Dot Bioplastics, Inc.
Green Dot Bioplastics, Inc is a bioscience social enterprise headquartered in Emporia, Kansas. A full-service bioplastics company, Green Dot is dedicated to delivering the very best of sustainable materials to our customers. That’s the thinking behind our Terratek® line of bioplastics, developed to meet the growing demand for biobased and compostable materials with fewer of the drawbacks associated with traditional plastics.
About Plant Based Products Council
The Plant Based Products Council is a group of like-minded organizations working to guide the global economy toward more sustainable and responsible consumer products and packaging through greater use of plant-based materials. For more information, visit pbpc.com