• We Welcome NYC and Minneapolis to the Bag Ban Movement!

    We are slightly obsessed with the bag ban movement. As you can tell from our bag ban map, which is really a labor of love, and we get seriously excited when any city or county passes a ban. Everybody gets on board. In fact our VP from one of our other companies sent me an email the other day about a bag ban just to keep me up to date. With that in mind, you can imagine our collective joy when a couple of major cities passed single-use plastic bag laws recently. We are thrilled to add these pins to our map and we want to share their stories with you.
  • Custom Reusable Bags at Factory Direct Pricing

    Finding the ideal promotional product to market your brand can be tricky. You want something your customers will like and use and one that will leave a positive impression without going over budget.It is also worth considering the environmental impact and eco qualities of your branded promotional gear. Reusable products, like custom reusable bags, made from recycled or sustainable materials help the planet, make a positive statement about your brand and work for years to market your brand.ent.
  • Lead Free Reusable Shopping Bags at Factory Direct Pricing 

    Reusable shopping bags are a great marketing tool that spreads your branding message and makes a statement about your company’s stance on environmental issues and sustainability. This makes sense because anything you emblazon with your marketing information represents your brand, and anything reusable eliminates the need and use of disposable items. However, the message a customized reusable bag sends needs to be consistent. The conditions in the facilities that produce the reusable bags and the quality of the bag also speak to your brand. A good marketing item is made from eco materials in a safe manner, and will deliver years of dependable use, getting the most out of your marketing budget. There are many "cheap" reusable bags out there that are not certified lead free and lead free reusable bags are a necessity for safety.
  • Apple's Liam The Robot Deconstructs iPhones for Recycling - #WasteNotWantNot

    Electronics are such a necessary and useful part of our modern daily life, but they can be tough on the environment. There are a lot of metals used in the construction of smartphones and other devices that have no business being in a landfill. To further complicate the matter electronics recycling is not nearly as prevalent as electronic devices. In the last post in our #WasteNotWantNot series we are looking at Liam, a robot looking to change how electronics are recycled.
  • How To Build a Purpose Driven Business? 

    We’ve already discussed what a purpose driven business is, how this benefits your workplace and the leverage purpose gives your brand with specific demographics. In our final installment we are going to break down how to build a purpose driven business.
  • Earth Day Eco-Special Means Big Savings On Your Eco-Marketing

    Did You Know Your Marketing Can Help The Planet This Earth Day and Beyond? To celebrate Earth Day, we’ve decided to offer a great eco-special on one of our most popular reusable bags. All you need to do is place an order on our reusable tsunami bag between April 5 through April 29 and you can secure end column pricing.
  • 10 Ways to Simplify Your Life - #WasteNotWantNot

    We often talk about reducing trash and streamlining the waste stream in this blog as a way to help the environment and these same ideas and concepts can be applied to simplifying your life. Cutting through the clutter, in the form of unnecessary commitments and tasks, can help you simplify things which leads to more time to live a happy and productive life. Here are some tips to help you simplify your life in the spirit of our 2016 #WasteNotWantNot series.
  • Latest Bag Ban News in The United States...Your March Update

    Have you seen our bag ban map lately? So much has changed, and we couldn’t be more excited. The bag ban movement is really growing. There are setbacks, and that is to be expected; but there is a lot more positive progress to repost this month. There are plenty of cities and municipalities making proposals and working toward banning single-use plastic bags. Keep reading to get the latest bag ban updates in the United States.
  • Is Climate Change Affecting Your City? Find Out Here!

    2015 was the hottest year on record. This is a distinction previously held by 2014, so this is possibly the beginning of a trend. Increased temperatures impact the planet as a whole, and can have some very far reaching ramifications. To learn how your city measures up on climate change, check out this interactive chart. from the New York Times. To learn what may be causing climate change in your city, and the impacts of these changes, keep reading.
  • Could Plastic Loving Bacterium Clean Up Our Plastic Environmental Mess? 

    Plastic is everywhere and is a very common part of modern life. There are lots of fantastic traits that make plastic so useful. One of these amazing traits is that many types of plastic are recyclable. Unfortunately, only a small percentage of the plastic unleashed on the world is recycled. The rest of the plastic ends up in landfills or as litter. A group of Japanese researchers may have a solution to a lot of the plastic sitting in landfills. This group identified a bacterium that degrades plastic.

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