You gotta practice what you preach and Wend Magazine understands and embraces this. Biodegradable, compostable in the backyard composter and Made Carbon Neutral.

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You want a bumper, snowboard, beverage/bottle, container, concert sticker.  You want something strong and durable.  You choose to have it printed on vinyl, polypropylene/BOPP – bi-axially oriented polypropylene.   The problem is, UNLESS IT IS RECYCLED, that plastic will be going strong long after you are dead. The manufacture of temporary use items have got to be BENIGN BY DESIGN (unfortunately, I didn’t come up with that ‘benign by design,’ other, much smarter people did).  The deal is, plastic doesn’t just disappear, nope, it becomes a bigger problem somewhere else – like in the ocean where it joins other bits and pieces of plastic detritus.  Just like your toilet when it’s clogged and floating in circles, except that paper and… uh, you know, will break down in a short period of time, while that plastic will still be around long after you and I are gone. The alternatives to plastic are stocks made from Fiberstone, a new stock made from wood cellulose that is compostable in your typical backyard composter and Made Carbon Neutral, EarthfirstPLA which is made from plants like beets, corn, etc.

Courtesy of Wikipedia:

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Tough, tear-resistant, impermeable to water, microbial resistant and made without trees or water.

These can be printed Digitally for short runs and flex for long runs.  An inexpensive option for the

company looking for green sticker alternatives.

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