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Ecologel earns USDA Certified Biobased Product Label

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The label verifies that the product's amount of renewable biobased ingredients meets or exceeds prescribed USDA standards.

| April 2, 2013

OCALA, Fla. Ecologel Solutions has earned the USDA Certified Biobased Product Label for its Hydretain ES Plus and Moisture Manager. The USDA Certified Biobased Product Label verifies that the products amount of renewable biobased ingredients meets or exceeds prescribed USDA standards. Biobased products are goods composed in whole or in significant part of agricultural, forestry, or marine materials.

"The USDA Biobased label provides added comfort to our customers in knowing that the product they are using to help save the world’s water supply is produced using renewable resource technology” stated Richard Irwin, President of Ecologel Solutions.

All biobased amount claims are verified by independent labs and monitored by the USDA. Consumers may feel secure in the accuracy of the biobased amount and be empowered in making better informed purchasing decisions.

"We are pleased that Ecologel Solutions, LLC has earned the USDA Certified Biobased Product Label," said Ron Buckhalt, USDA BioPreferred Program Manager. "Biobased products provide opportunities to help add value to renewable commodities, create jobs in rural communities and generate investment income."
 

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