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RE: [greenyes] Plastic from corn?


Know nothing of Cargill's work....but I do know that Patagonia Clothing was
looking at a corn based alternative to polyester fleece. They came to the
astounding conclusion that while it has significant environmental benefit,
they could not be assured the manufacturer was not using GMO corn for the
material, and hence refused it. Their write up on it pointed out that it is
not necessarily recyclable....but compostable!
Justin

-----Original Message-----
From: Patty Bates-Ballard [mailto:pattyballard@no.address]
Sent: Sunday, November 28, 2004 4:06 PM
To: greenyes@no.address
Subject: [greenyes] Plastic from corn?

What does anyone know about Cargill's plastic made from corn? Is it a
solution or just good PR?



http://www.greenbizleaders.com/article.cfm?LinkAdvID=54306



-Patty

Patty Bates-Ballard
Public Relations Director
EnviroGLAS Products, Inc.
214-373-1787
<http://www.enviroglasproducts.com/> www.enviroglasproducts.com

"Treat the Earth well. It was not given to us by our parents; it was loaned
to us by our children." -Ecologist Lee Talbot








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