Greenville, Canada, March 21, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- In industrialized countries the amount of organic waste produced each year is rising dramatically. From garden weeds to grass cuttings and other garden waste, Americans are throwing away more organic material than ever before. Finnsage is making disposing of that organic waste easier and more environmentally friendly with the 2010 release of the Magic Ring Paper Yard Waste Bag Opener and Support Device.
"Magic Ring is the answer to the typically frustrating to use paper yard waste bag," says Finnsage spokesperson Paul Sulentic.
Paper bags are more environmentally friendly than the generic black plastic lawn bags that are the norm in most American homes. Large, paper yard waste disposal bags aren't the sturdiest disposal devices, however. The Magic Ring makes filling these bags convenient by helping the user open the bag and giving the bag shape and support so they're less likely to collapse and tumble over during use.
When the bags are full, the Magic Ring can be removed and reused for easy, environmentally friendly waste disposal.
"Simply squeeze the plastic Magic Ring and insert into the bag to install," says Sulentic. "When released, Magic Ring exerts an outward pressure on the bag which changes the structure into a round, semi-rigid receptacle which will stand wide open. The bag can now be easily filled with leaves and other yard waste debris. Finnsage is dedicated to helping to develop innovative new ideas like the Magic Ring Paper Yard Waste Bag Opener and Support Device."
Sulentic adds, "Unlike bulky inserts, Magic Ring adds virtually no weight or bulk to lug around . When not in use, it can be hung anywhere. It can be installed and removed in seconds, and used over and over again. You will love it!"
Finnsage representatives confirm that requests for the Magic Ring have been pouring in from all corners of the country. Retailers that are interested in making the Magic Ring Paper Yard Waste Bag Opener and Support Device available to consumers should contact Finnsage at (905) 741-6204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit Finnsage on the web at www.finnsage.com.