Urban Armor Gear, LLC Launches the Biodegradable Outback Series


(Orange County, CA) It isn’t commonly known that, all bioplastics are not biodegradable.  In other words, bioplastics are not necessarily the same thing as, biodegradable plastics.  For the most part bioplastics, or, biobased plastics are biologically synthesized plastics.  The latter, are produced from natural origins.  Natural origins of bioplastics are plants, animals or micro-organisms.  From this point, and as part of an effort to have contrast; biodegradable plastics are plastics that, become decomposed.  The decomposition is caused by living organisms, usually, microbes.  Recently, Urban Armor Gear, LLC announced that, it believes in biodegradable plastics.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has launched the biodegradable Outback Series.  The latter, is a line of biodegradable rugged cases, for smart telephones.  The goal is contributing to sustainability. 
            Sustainability, Urban Armor Gear’s goal, is how it practices environmental conservation efforts.  These efforts, combined with the launch of the Outback Series, now include lightweight cases that are meant exclusively for mobile devices.  However and returning to, biodegradable plastics, the aforementioned decompose into the following.  Water, carbon dioxide and biomass are what biodegradable plastics decompose into.  In order to make this possible; biodegradable plastics are made from renewable raw materials, micro-organisms, petrochemicals or any type of combination.  On the application side of things, biodegradable plastics are used for disposable items.  Packaging, crockery, cutlery and food service containers are examples of the disposable items.  The goal of biodegradable plastics, is to replace conventional plastics.
            Returning to, Urban Armor Gear’s Outback Series, the aforementioned comes in three colors.  The three colors are; black, lilac and olive.  The Outback Series is compatible with Apple devices, and, Samsung devices.  The Apple devices are iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.  The Samsung devices are S20 and S20 Plus.  Overall, Urban Armor Gear’s Outback Series is highlighted by five features.  The first feature is, the line is made out of 100% compostable bio-plastic.  The second feature is, an ultra thin ergonomic design.  The third feature is, a soft touch and easy hand feel.  The fourth feature is, a raised camera bevel, for additional protection.  The fifth feature is; the Outback Series has been drop tested, in order to meet, M.I.L.-S.T.D. 810G standards.  As part of its sustainability goal, the Outback Series, does attempt to influence and affect change.  This is done through the product packaging.  In fact, Urban Armor Gear, LLC did not use any plastic materials in the product packaging.  Additionally, the product packaging is made out of 100% recyclable materials.  Finally, the manufacturer’s suggested retail price is $39.95 USD. 
            To end, Urban Armor Gear, LLC did release a press statement.  Leeda Duong is the Product Marketing Manager at Urban Armor Gear, LLC.  Through a press statement, Ms./Mrs. Duong said the following.  “We are so excited to explore new territory with this category; we care about our environment and the kind of impact that we make as individuals, so this seemed like a natural step for us.  Our goal is to make incremental changes that will help us drive out solutions towards sustainability—this initiative is only the beginning.”  As previously stated, Urban Armor Gear, LLC recently announced that, it believes in biodegradable plastics.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has launched the biodegradable Outback Series.  The latter, is a line of biodegradable rugged cases, for smart telephones.  The goal is contributing to sustainability.  Lastly, sustainability is how it practices environmental conservation efforts.

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04/10/2020






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