Privacy Policy:  We are committed to protecting your privacy. Our privacy policy includes information on how we insure the protection of your information and data.   We may revise our privacy and other policies occasionally as modifications are required by law, regulations, or product revisions.  By further visiting and using this website you hereby acknowledge and agree to and provide your consent to the changes to our policies.

Distributing your Personal Information: We will not sell or distribute your personal identifiable information to third parties except in cases that are required by law, court order, government regulation, or if such disclosure is necessary in support of any legal or criminal investigation. All information is utilized to collect information for sales transactions.

Third Party Websites: This website contains links to third party websites.  This privacy policy only applies to information collected by this website.  Please be aware that we are not responsible for third party websites in any manner, including but not limited to the privacy practices of their sites. 

Ordering:  We accept online orders or we will provide a final sales agreement for approval signatures to begin the invoicing, payment, and delivery confirmation documentation.  All products quoted are subject to availability and/or prior to sale.  We will not accept prepayments or ship products prior to invoicing for specific products or services.  

Inventory Stock: Factory new items are generally readily shippable. Due to regular market inventory fluctuations some products may be subject to changes in availability. 

Product Information & Images:  Items shown on this website are for informational purposes only.  We work to keep up to date on all items.  The product description is not intended to be an exact configuration with options and accessories discussed with your representative. The images shown are representative of the products and may not be the exact product available. 

Capital Security Interest and Title: Sellers retains, until Buyer performs all of their obligations hereunder, including without limitation, payment in full of the purchase price, a purchase money security interest in the Equipment including all accessories and replacements thereto and the proceeds thereof to secure performance of all such obligations of Buyer. Buyer agrees, upon demand by Seller, to promptly execute any financing statement, applications for registration of other documents necessary and to take any other action deemed necessary or desirable by Seller in order to perfect Seller’s security interest. In addition, Buyer hereby appoints Seller his attorney-in-fact to prepare, sign and file or record for Buyer, in Buyer name, any such documents. Buyer agrees to keep the Equipment in good order and repair until full purchase price has been paid and shall promptly pay all taxes and assessment upon the products. Buyer shall not attempt to transfer and interest in the Equipment until said purchase price has been paid in full.

Onsite & Online Security:  Onsite & Online personal identifiable information protection is imperative for us. We do not store physically or electronically any payment or credit card information.  And at no time is credit card or payment information submitted to our servers.  Personnel only imperative to the task of fulfilling your order will be granted access to shipping and billing information pertaining to your order. 

Control of your information:

  • You can change/correct data that we have about you or your company.
  • Change/Revise any information we have about you
  • Have us delete any information we have about you
  • Express any concern about how we utilize your data
  • At anytime you can contact us via email at info@360bioplastics.com

Cookies Policy Last Updated: 2023 At www.360bioplastics.com (the “Website”), we use cookies to make your overall experience on our Website better. Specifically, we use cookies to: – Store information for the time you are on the Website (called “Session Cookies”) – Store information to recognize your browser or device each time you visit (called “Persistent Cookies”) – Store your login and password information, if you choose to – Store your user settings, like audio and display settings – Analyze your behavior on our Website, so we can continue to improve – Allow others to advertise on our Website or track information about you to improve advertising to you By using our Website or any of our services, you consent to our use of cookies. This Cookies Policy will explain what cookies are, how we use them, and what your rights are in relation to our use of cookies. We’ll also discuss our third-party cookies and what they mean for you. What are cookies? Cookies are small files that are placed on your device to store information. Specifically, cookies are small strings of text used to store information that may concern you, your behavior on the web, your preferences, or your device. Cookies are mainly used to adapt the operation of the Website to your expectations, offering a more personalized browsing experience and memorizing the choices you made previously. There are various types of cookies. Cookies do not record or store any personal data from your device. How we use cookies 2/4 Technical cookies, which can also sometimes be called HTML cookies, are used for navigation and to facilitate your access to and use of the site. They are necessary for the transmission of communications on the network or to supply services requested by you. The use of technical cookies allows the safe and efficient use of the Website. You can manage or request the general deactivation or cancelation of cookies through your browser. If you do this though, please be advised this action might slow down or prevent access to some parts of the Website. We also use cookies that are retransmitted by an analytics or statistics provider to collect aggregated information on the number of users and how they visit the Website. These are also considered technical cookies when they operate as described. Analytics may collect information through log data, such as: – internet protocol (IP) address; – type of browser and device; – operating system; – name of the Internet Service Provider (ISP); – country information – date and time of visit; – web page of origin (referral) and exit; – possibly the number of clicks. We don’t use this information to identify you, but rather to understand usage trends on our Website. We use session cookies to keep track of how you browse on your visits to the Website. Temporary session cookies are deleted automatically at the end of the browsing session – these are mostly used to keep track of what you do from page to page, such as with online shopping, keeping track of what is in your cart. Persistent cookies, on the other hand, remain active longer than just one particular session. These help us recognize you.We also use them to store your login and password info, if you choose, and to store your user settings. 3/4 Third-party cookies: We also utilize third-party cookies, which are cookies sent by a third-party to your computer. Persistent cookies are often third-party cookies. The majority of third-party cookies consist of tracking cookies used to identify online behavior, understand interests and then customize advertising for you. We use remarketing cookies, which place files on your browser or device to allow us to display advertisements to you on other websites. When these types of cookies are used, we will ask for your explicit consent. We also use additional tracking technologies, named below, for the following purposes: Our full list of cookies The full list of cookies we use on our Website is below: Third-party cookies: Our cookies:  Consent When you arrive to our Website, we will request your consent for cookies as follows:  What can you do about cookies? If you want, you can prevent the use of cookies, but then you may not be able to use our Website as we intend. To proceed without changing the options related to cookies, simply continue to use our Website. For our Website, this is how you can adjust your settings and, if desired, opt-out of cookies completely: 4/4 You can also manage cookies through the settings of your browser on your device. However, deleting cookies from your browser may remove the preferences you have set for the Website, as well as preferences you’ve set for other websites. For further information and support, you can also visit the specific help page of the web browser you are using: – Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies – Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-us/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preference s – Safari: http://www.apple.com/legal/privacy/ – Chrome: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=en – Opera: http://www.opera.com/help/tutorials/security/cookies/ How to contact us For any questions on our cookies policy, you can reach us at the following email: info@360bioplastics.com 

Default: Failure of Buyer to perform his obligations hereunder, including but not limited to payment in full of purchase price, insolvency, bankruptcy, assignment for the benefit of creditors or dissolution, liquidation, or closing of a business of Buyer, shall constitute a default under this Agreement and shall afford the Seller all remedies of a second party under the Uniform Commercial Code of the State of Colorado. This Agreement is cancelable by mddevices.com, Inc at anytime upon breach by Customer of any stated terms and conditions. Upon cancellation by mddevices.com, Inc. Customer will immediately return the Equipment stated in Purchase Agreement to mddevices.com, Inc. properly packed in the original packaging at Customer’s expense. If mddevices.com, Inc fails to receive Equipment in within 10 days after Customer receives the cancellation notice, mddevices.com, Inc may enter the premises where the Equipment is located and remove the equipment. Customer agrees to pay all costs and expenses relating to enforcement or preservation of 360 Bioplastic’s right under this agreement

Product Disclaimer:  360 Bioplastics attempts to be as accurate as possible with our advertised prices and the listing of features/options of each product or service.  Due to the nature of internet connections, server technology and the ability to access this information, 360 Bioplastics reserves the right to verify all pricing and options before honoring. This policy is aimed at the pricing that is posted in error by our website support staff as well as un-intentional, inaccurate listing of options, features or standard equipment. All customers are encouraged to call our representatives to verify availability, pricing and features.

Rick of Loss: Risk of loss or damage to the equipment shall pass to Buyer upon tender of goods by seller to the carrier(regardless of whether payment has been made). Seller will insure to full value, the equipment shipped or declare full value thereof to the transportation company at the time of shipment. Confiscation or destruction of, or damage to the Equipment following shipment shall not in anyway affect the liability of Buyer to pay the purchase price. Buyer shall inspect the Equipment upon receipt and notify Seller immediately and if necessary deny shipment and photograph delivery when there is evidence of shipment damage.

Indemnification: Buyer shall hold Seller harmless from (a) damage, injury, or claim arising from any fault or neglect of Buyer, Buyer’s employees, agents, or licensees, or any person not party hereto, (b) to the extent that product is manufactured according to Buyer’s specifications and /or drawings, any change that said product infringes any patent or other proprietary right of any other person.

Governing Law:   Purchase Agreement, invoice, or online order and its enforcement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Colorado and the exclusive jurisdiction for any action arising under the is Purchase Agreement, invoice, or online order shall be the State of Colorado and the exclusive venue for such action shall lie within the County of Chaffee, Colorado. 

Taxes and Fees: The prices quoted are subject to any addition that may be required to cover taxes, charge, or duties now or existing hereafter imposed by federal, state, or municipal authorities upon good herein described. or the production, sale, distribution, or delivery thereof, or upon and feature of this agreement.   Purchases may be subject to taxes based on multiple variables including type of product purchased, time and location of delivery, the shipment or delivery address, and what services were performed.  Tax Exempt entities can register for exemption by providing tax exempt certificates to us via email at info@360bioplastics.com.  

Shipping: Shipping rates are determined by your shipping zip code, shipping service selected, and the size and/or weight of the item.  Shipping dates may appear on your invoice or order confirmation but are subject to change.  Shipments on reconditioned equipment is scheduled upon full payment to 360 Bioplastics.  Please note some products cannot be shipped internationally.

Return of Goods: No item is returnable without prior written consent by our company.  Customers are responsible for all shipping charges related to shipment to and from.  Returns must be requested within 7 days of delivery date and authorized returns must be completed within 3 days of RMA with tracking information provided to our company.  We reserve the right to charge a fee for any damage incurred while in the buyer’s possession which includes during transit.  Not all products are subject to returns to our company or the manufacturer.  Custom products which are custom and made to order are not eligible for return.  New products must be in factory packaging with factory seal.  All sales are final unless agreed to in writing

General: We reserve the right to change the terms and conditions and privacy policy without prior written notice of such change.  It is the users responsibility to understand the terms and conditions of using our website. 

Disclaimer of Medical Liability:  360 Bioplastics, its representatives, nor this website provide medical advice.  All content including information, contents, graphics, images, videos, or audio found on this site are for general informational purposes only.  Reliance on any information provided on the sites is solely at your own risk.  for emergency services immediately.   360 Bioplastics does not endorse any specific tests, physicians, products, procedures, or opinions.

360 Bioplastics make no claims concerning the biological properties of any product or potential outcomes as a result of the use of any product. Information on this site is provided for informational purposes only and is not meant to substitute for the advice provided by your own physician or other qualified medical professional. The results reported may not necessarily occur in all individuals. 360 Bioplastics is providing this site and its contents on an “as is” basis and makes no representations or warranties of any kind with respect to this site or its contents. All tissues have been collected, processed, stored and distributed in compliance with FDA regulations governing HCT/Ps.

Authorized Purchasers: The sale of item may be subject to regulation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and state and local regulatory agencies. If so, do not bid on this item unless you are an authorized purchaser. If the item is subject to FDA regulation, 360 Bioplastics will verify your status as an authorized purchaser of this item before shipping of the item.” If you have any question please contact us to determine if you are eligible to purchase an item.  

Anti-Corruption: 360Bioplastics, referred to as the “Company”) value honesty, integrity, transparency and professionalism in dealings with clients, suppliers, competitors and government officials alike. It is the policy of the Company to compete fairly and engage in business practices that comply with the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (“CFPOA”) and the Criminal Code (“Criminal Code”) in Canada, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, as amended (“FCPA”) in the United States, and the Anti-Bribery Act, 2010  in the United Kingdom, together with all other anti-corruption and anti-bribery laws and regulations applicable to the Company’s business anywhere in the world (“Anti-Corruption Laws”).

Application and purpose

This Policy applies to all directors, officers, employees and independent contractors of the Company worldwide (“Company Personnel”).   Its purpose is to advise Company Personnel of their anti-bribery and anti-corruption obligations and to ensure compliance by Company Personnel with Anti-Corruption Laws. It also provides guidance on identifying potential risks, dealing with challenging situations and reporting when those situations violate or may lead to a violation of this Policy and Anti-Corruption Laws.  

In addition, the Company expects its agents, consultants, representatives, lobbyists, suppliers, vendors, contractors, advisors, business partners and any other person that performs services for or on behalf of the Company (each, an “Intermediary”) to comply with the principles contained in this Policy. 

The Company has zero tolerance for corrupt activities of any kind. Bribes or other improper or unauthorized payments, or acts that create the appearance of promising, offering, giving or authorizing such payments, are prohibited by this Policy.  Company Personnel are expected to adhere to both the spirit and the letter of this Policy with respect to the Company’s business anywhere in the world.

Failure to comply with this Policy or Anti-Corruption Laws will be grounds for disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment or other relationship with the Company, may require restitution and may lead to civil or criminal action against individual Company Personnel. If Company Personnel are in or aware of a situation that they believe may violate or lead to a violation of this Policy, they must ask for guidance from their manager or other personnel in a superior position or follow the guidelines described under “Compliance Procedures” in the Company Code of Business Conduct and Ethics or in the Whistleblower Policy.

Definitions

The following definitions are to serve as a guide for some of the words or phrases that could otherwise be left up to interpretation.

Bribe” includes payments to a Public Official or other persons for an “improper purpose”, which could include:

  • influencing any act or decision of the recipient in his or her official capacity;
  • inducing the recipient to do or omit to do any act in violation of his or her lawful duty;
  • inducing the recipient to influence any act or decision of a government or instrumentality of a government; or
  • securing any improper advantage, in order to secure, gain or retain regulatory approvals, contracts, business advantages or other benefits.  This includes payments, entertainment or other gifts or courtesies.

Corruption” means the misuse of power to influence an outcome or to encourage a form of behavior which may not have occurred otherwise.

Entertainment” (including, but not limited to, beverages, recreation, lodging, transportation and tickets) is an event with a specific business purpose.

Facilitation payments”, which are sometimes referred to as “grease” or “speed” payments, include any payment to a Public Official in his or her personal capacity to secure or expedite routine governmental action, for example, to expedite customs clearances; to obtain permits, licenses, or other official documents to qualify a person to do business in a foreign country; or to process routine governmental papers such as visas or work orders; for clarity, facilitation payments do not include the legitimate payment of official fees paid directly to a government or agency or enterprise of the government in accordance with established fee schedules or other official documents.

Gift” means any item of monetary value.

Government” includes any federal, national, state or local government together with any agency, instrumentality or other body thereof including hospitals or other health facilities, research institutions, utilities, public universities or sovereign wealth funds which are owned or operated by a government, and including regulatory agencies or government-controlled or affiliated businesses or corporations.

Payment” refers to and includes any direct or indirect offers to pay, promises to pay, authorizations of or payments of anything of value including but not limited to, cash or cash equivalents, gifts, services, employment offers, loans, travel expenses, entertainment, political contributions, charitable donations, subsidies, per diem payments, sponsorships, honoraria or provision of any other asset, even if nominal in value.

Public Official” means a person who holds a legislative, administrative or judicial position in Government; a person who performs public duties or functions for Government; an official or agent of a public international organization; or elected officials, candidates for public office, political parties, and officers, personnel, representatives and agents of political parties.

Prohibition on corruption

Company Personnel are prohibited from engaging in corrupt practices, including bribes, in the Company’s business dealings both in the private and government sectors and such conduct will often constitute a violation of one or more Anti-Corruption Laws.

Given the broad prohibitions under the CFPOA and the  FCPA and other Anti-Corruption Laws, Company Personnel must not directly or indirectly make, offer or promise to make, or authorize any bribes, kickbacks or other improper payments, benefits or advantages to any person, individual, entity or organization, including, but not limited to, any Public Official or any employee, official, representative or agency of any:

  • government (including any government-owned or affiliated entity);
  • public international organization (such as the United Nations or the World Bank);
  • political party, including the party itself as well as candidates for public office;
  • non-governmental organization; or
  • private-sector company,

For any improper purpose, including for the purpose of influencing, inducing or rewarding any act, omission or decision to secure an improper advantage or to obtain or retain business.

This Policy also prohibits “quid pro quo” payments, meaning that the payment is made with the expectation of receiving in return an improper benefit or advantage.

A violation of this Policy can occur even if the bribe or other corrupt practice fails to achieve the purpose for which it was intended. Under this Policy (and under applicable Anti-Corruption Laws) the fact of an offer or promise of a bribe will typically be sufficient to constitute a violation, and this Policy applies whether or not Company funds are used to finance the improper payment or other benefit.

Company Personnel are also prohibited from soliciting or accepting any bribe, kickback or other improper payments or benefits from the Company’s vendors or other persons in relation to the Company’s business. 

The areas where corruption, including bribery, can most often occur include:

  • Gifts and Entertainment;
  • Facilitation Payments; and
  • Political, Community, and Charitable Contributions.

It is the responsibility of Company Personnel to be aware of how these situations may violate or lead to a violation of this Policy and Anti-Corruption Laws. Please consult with your manager or other personnel in a superior position for further guidance.