Environmental research and development company invests in the expansion of its award winning blog.
October 11, 2018, Baldwin Park, CA – Biofriendly Corporation announced today that it has converted and expanded its award winning Biofriendly Blog to a full e-magazine, named Biofriendly Planet. The change includes an expanded staff, guest writers, daily green content, and of course, continued weekly content from its award winning blogger and environmentalist, Tara McFatridge. With the news comes the announcement that McFatridge will not only continue to write for the new magazine, she will be its Editor-in-Chief.
“This is something that we have wanted to do for a long time. Biofriendly has made a name for itself in the green community by reducing smog-forming emissions, but our purpose has always been much greater than that. We’re here because we want to make the planet a cleaner place for the generations to come. The first step in that is shining a light on the problems that exist and the creative solutions that have been discovered to help fix those problems. Biofriendly Planet Magazine is a fun and safe place to learn what’s happening to the environment, what’s being done to fix it and some simple ways that everyday individuals can help,” stated Noel Carroll, Chief Operating Officer of Biofriendly Corporation.
Biofriendly also announced that this is just the first step in a larger expansion of the magazine, which will eventually include apps, video, podcasts, gaming and an investment toward expand its investigative reporting.
Biofriendly Corporation was founded with the express purpose of solving the world’s air quality problems. To that end, the company introduced Green Plus® Smog Reducer to the market. 20 years later, Green Plus has cleaned over 8 billion gallons of fuel and removed enough pollution to take the equivalent of a 200 mile lineup of cars off of the road every year. Biofriendly continues its commitment to reducing air pollution worldwide, but has expanded its purpose toward helping the world solve all of its environmental problems.