Zippable Foldable Totes Offer Promotional Marketing ROI for Under $1

Zippable Foldable Totes Offer Promotional Marketing ROI for Under $1

Give Your Customers Lasting Durability with Useful Zippable Foldable Tote Bags That Will Work to Grow Your Brand Our top-selling, zippable folding tote bags offer the durability your brand needs in custom reusable bags to effectively promote your business. The durable construction and convenience of having a reusable bag at the ready make our zippable […]

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Eco-Friendly Wholesale Reusable Drawstring Bags As Low as .49 Cents

Eco-Friendly Wholesale Reusable Drawstring Bags As Low as .49 Cents

Wholesale Reusable Drawstring Bags Make the Most of Your Marketing Budget The right eco-friendly, promotional item for your brand needs to appeal to your customers and be something useful and functional. This functionality translates into more frequent use which means your branding message will frequently be on full display. Our wholesale drawstring bags provide a […]

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Will Fort Lauderdale Bypass Existing Florida Law to Ban Styrofoam?

Will Fort Lauderdale Bypass Existing Florida Law to Ban Styrofoam?

Find Out What a Possible Plastic Foam Ban Means for Your Business Fort Lauderdale is making waves for a proposal that would help to eliminate trash and litter. If approved, plastic foam food containers, also known as Styrofoam would be banned from beaches and public areas. We are very excited about this prospect since Fort […]

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New Jersey Governor Promotes Reusable Bags and Businesses Benefit!

New Jersey Governor Promotes Reusable Bags and Businesses Benefit!

New Jersey Governor Signs Toughest Single-Use Ban on Plastics Legislation into Law…Promotes Eco-Friendly Reusable Bags Your Business Can Use for Marketing and Retail New Jersey has long been a hotbed for single-use plastic bag bans and they are now the most recent state to pass a ban on disposable plastic bags. While several states have […]

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MassDEP Sustainable Materials Recovery Program (SMRP) Takes Off

MassDEP Sustainable Materials Recovery Program (SMRP) Takes Off

Bay State Going Green and Streamlining Waste Stream Big changes that will have a serious impact on the waste stream are coming to Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) Sustainable Materials Recovery Program (SMRP), recently awarded $3.2 million. The MassDEP SMRP grant money aims to minimize trash carted off to landfills, increase recycling, […]

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What Is The Alternative to Styrofoam Food Containers for Restaurants?

What Is The Alternative to Styrofoam Food Containers for Restaurants?

Find Out How to Keep Your Business Moving Forward While Going Green Without Styrofoam Food Containers Big changes are coming to restaurants in Maryland and those changes may spread to other states. We already discussed that Maryland was the first to ban foam food containers, better known as Styrofoam. Now we want to talk about […]

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Maryland First to Ban Foam Food Containers…What Restauranteurs Need to Know

Maryland First to Ban Foam Food Containers…What Restauranteurs Need to Know

Go Green and Continue to Support Your Customers Styrofoam is almost as ubiquitous as disposable plastic bags, but much like disposable plastic bags, Styrofoam may become a relic of a bygone era. Maryland recently implemented a ban on foam food containers made from expanded polystyrene (EPS), more commonly known as Styrofoam. This is great news […]

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Dayton to Impose Two-Strike Recycling Rule…Is There Another Option?

Dayton to Impose Two-Strike Recycling Rule…Is There Another Option?

Dayton’s Two-Strike Recycling Rule Works to Decrease Wishcycling. Could Simplifying Recycling Work Instead? Recycling seems easy enough, but that is just not always the case. Sometimes it’s very easy to identify if an item can be recycled, but other times it can be hard to make the call. Trying to recycle non-recyclable items has a […]

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