Layfield’s Bioflex MarineShrink Boat Wrap Receives an Excellent Review on the Canadian Yachting Website
January 10, 2020
Layfield’s Bioflex MarineShrink Boat Wrap Receives an Excellent Review on the Canadian Yachting Website.
Niagara Falls, Ontario – January 9, 2020
Layfield Geosynthetics is proud to offer a new shrink-wrap film called ‘Bioflex® MarineShrink.’ a more environmentally-conscious option. The column mentions many benefits of Bioflex® MarineShrink Boat Wrap, such as it is UV stabilized, puncture-resistant, easy to patch, and won’t degrade on the shelf. It also praises Layfield for the ingenuity of creating a ShrinkWrap product that has environmental benefits.
Traditional shrink-wrap plastics often end up in landfills across the country and can take hundreds of years to break down, taking up valuable landfill space. However, consumers need not change their habits.
*BioFlex™ has been shown to produce biogases 22 times faster than conventional plastic in the ideal conditions of an anaerobic digestor landfill over 2.13 years, using the ASTM D5511-12 test. When disposed of in a landfill with modern biogas capture technologies, this energy can be harnessed as a source of renewable energy. Such a facility may not exist in your area.
A product that is more environmentally conscious than competitors’ products, with the same ease-of-use – allowing contractors and boaters to continue operating in the same manner as traditional methods.
Learn more about Bioflex MarineShrink Boat Wrap: https://www.layfieldgroup.com/Films-and-Fabrics/Tarpaulin-and-Enclosure-Products/BioFlex%C2%AE-MarineShrink-Boat-Wrap.aspx
View the Column here: http://www.canadianyachting.ca/diy/maintenance/5387-ask-andrew-shrink-wrap
About Layfield: The Layfield Group is the only integrated organization that provides tailored polymer-based solutions that are proven to protect our families, communities, and the environment. Organized within a matrix management construct, we strategically invest in two complementary business units; Geosynthetics and Flexible Films, each with their specialized market segments.