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B-loony announces environmentally sound range

B-loony announces environmentally sound range

Balloon printing specialist B-loony has announced its environmentally friendly range of products for party celebrations, including plastic-free balloons, sticks and bio-degradable valves, and eco-friendly paper flags.

Biodegradable printed natural rubber latex balloons are the flagship product for the ISO:9001 BPMA accredited Sedex company, which has been in the business for more than 40 years.

Environmentally sound features include UK printing of the low-cost, high-visibility biodegradable balloons, which are made from natural rubber, according to a company spokesman, who added:  “Our eco-friendly 100% paper corporate Hand Waving Flags are an ideal alternative to balloon handouts, and make great walking advertisements.”

The materials are all responsibly source and child-safe, he said. “B-Loony Ltd is the leading printer of promotional latex and foil balloons for major retailers, businesses, agencies, charities and countless other market sectors across the UK and Europe.”

The company has a 12-strong sales team based near its 20,000 sq. ft. balloon-printing factory in Chesham, Buckinghamshire. He concluded: “We pride ourselves on delivering excellent customer service… always!”

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