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Biome Bioplastics launches Educational Channel ThinkBioplastic.

#ThinkBioplastic will share content and investigate science.

The platform will help to educate government, media and the public on plastics and plastic pollution.

The company says it will be presented in an easily digestible form, highlighting the role of bioplastic in reducing the negative impact of polymer manufacture and disposal.

Paul Mines, Biome Bioplastics CEO said

“The recent extensive coverage on plastic, while increasing awareness of the problem, has also increased people’s confusion about the existing solutions. We decided to take the matter into our own hands and form a necessary back-to-basic approach that puts the emphasis on science and fact. We hope to cut through some of the noise in this debate and empower people to make their own choices.”

CLOSING REMARKS

  • When a private company does “content” sharing, it’s called marketing.
  • However, we need more of this bioplastics marketing.
  • Good thinking Biome Bioplastics!

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