Leading North-American Custom Balloon Printer, CSA Balloons, Announces 100% Biodegradable Products

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The extraction process will not damage the Hevea trees.

100% Natural Latex balloons

Manufacturing of 100% Natural Latex balloons brings financial growth to the plantations’ local economy.

With recent concerns over the impact “party balloons” can have on the environment, CSA Balloons announces their balloons are safe.

From the very beginning of CSA Balloons, we have been committed to adopt environmentally responsible corporate policies in order to reduce our environmental footprint. ”

— Csaba Laviolette

BOUCHERVILLE, QUEBEC, CANADA, August 22, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The leading North-American custom balloon printer has confirmed that their latex balloons are 100% natural and biodegradable; information that must certainly reassure their clientele, which includes some of the world’s most renowned brands such as McDonald’s, Coca Cola, and Nike.

A mammoth in the balloon printing industry, CSA Balloons is directly responding to current environmental questions surrounding the balloon industry, confirming that the manufacturing and trading of “party balloons” can and will continue to be an environmentally safe.

Premium Quality Balloons Made of 100% Natural Latex

CSA Balloons prints logos or personalized messages and images on balloons made of 100% natural latex. With more than 5 million balloons printed in their facilities each year, CSA Balloons’ President, Csaba Laviolette, wants to ensure that CSA products do not damage the environment in any way. “From the very beginning of CSA Balloons, we have been committed to adopt environmentally responsible corporate policies in order to reduce our environmental footprint”.

In contrast with other latex products that are made of synthetic polymers, natural latex balloons are made of sap naturally extracted from the Hevea (rubber) tree, a tree discover in 1755 in Amazonia. Sap extracted from this incredible tree is used for the manufacturing of latex balloons and thousands of other everyday products. The extraction process not only brings financial growth to the plantations’ local economy, but it is also completely safe and will not damage the trees.

To this day, no natural or artificial molecules have been able to match the stretching capacities of natural latex. Therefore, 100% natural latex balloons are of much better quality, and should become a norm in the balloon printing industry.

Expert Custom Balloon Printers Dedicated to Raising Industry Standards

The folks at CSA Balloons have made raising industry standards a habit. Their innovative printing machines are like none other on the market. Designed by Laviolette himself, who is an expert in electro mechanical design and industrial robotics, CSA printing machines provide unmatched print technology that allows the printing of even the most intricate image on balloons—and it is done incredibly fast! Aside from printing a flawless image, the imprint size is also the largest on the planet.

With this announcement, CSA Balloons will most likely shake the balloon printing industry once again and, with a bit of luck, sway the industry toward greener, more environmentally friendly practices.

About CSA Balloons:

For more than fifteen years, CSA Balloons has been a leader in custom balloon printing. With offices in Canada and the USA, they provide personalized balloons to clients throughout North-America. Their dedicated staff will help any business, association, or party planner create the perfect custom balloons for any event. Renowned for their impeccable print quality, fast delivery, and outstanding customer service, they are the top-choice balloon printers for businesses big and small.

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About the Author: Sidney Martin

Sidney Marin Is a researcher and law student at York University (TORONTO). He has worked as the Director of the Graduate Lawyering Program. He worked for American law firms in Moscow, Russia for three years. Hegraduated from Columbia Law School, Columbia School of International and Public Affairs and Harvard College. He research interest is in human rights and health law, with a particular focus on the law and policy of vaccination.