According to an EPA estimate only 15 percent of textile waste is reused or recycled, making used textiles a largely untapped resource. This material already exists, so why not use it in manufacturing? When clothing, sheets and towels, curtains and other materials wear out and are not suitable for donation don’t toss them in the trash.
A lot of people think using reusable bags makes you a tree hugger or an environmentalist. This may or may not be true, but using reusable bags is a great way to show your patriotism this Fourth of July and beyond. We put our heads together and came up with 5 ways you can show your patriotism this year and always by ditching single use, disposable plastic bags in favor of reusable shopping bags. You with us?
Spread Your Marketing Message Beyond the Trade Show Floor with Custom Promotional Trade Show Bags Trade shows are a great time to get your brand in front of existing clients and to get noticed by potential clients. Caron Beesley, a small business owner, writer, and marketing communications consultant who works with the SBA.gov team to […]
You work hard to set your brand apart and make a name your clients know and trust. So when it comes time to choose how to promote your brand, you need to continue to make this the case. Using custom bags is a great marketing spend that will promote your brand far and wide for years to come while setting your brand apart from the competition.
You know reusable shopping bags are the right choice over single use plastic bags but in case you need some motivation, or some help convincing your friends or loved ones to make the change, here are five reasons you should stop using single use plastic bags and start carrying your groceries home in reusable shopping bags.
Why Are Reusable Grocery Bags Good for the Environment? Here Are 5 Ways Reusable Grocery Bags Help the Environment
Most people understand that plastic bags are bad for the environment, but you may not understand the how and why. When people make the switch to reusable grocery bags they no longer have a need for disposable plastic bags. This lessened need equals less production, and using reusable grocery bags will help to right the wrongs that single use plastic bags cause. Here are five explanations that breakdown why plastic bags are bad for the environment and how reusable grocery bags help the planet.
When you design custom reusable bags to promote your business, you want something with character. A lot of companies who offer custom reusable bags feature specified sizes and materials and a limited printing area, so all of the bags churned out end up looking very similar.
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Essentially, CSR is a method of embracing responsibility and encouraging a positive impact that reaches beyond the products or services provided. CSR is about more than the company doing the right thing. Companies strive to encourage their consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and others to participate and emulate their actions to further help address social and environmental issues.
How to Create Your Customer’s Favorite Reusable Bag to Promote Your Brand, Event or Tradeshow for Years
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again – we can create whatever you dream up for your next reusable bag. Here’s how we can help you create a custom, reusable bag that will become a favorite to help you get the most bang for your marketing buck for years after you hand it out.
Ban Would Eliminate Plastic Bags in California Grocery Stores
A proposed bill by state California Senator Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima) aims to ban disposable plastic shopping bags in grocery stores and pharmacies starting January 1, 2015. Shoppers would be encouraged to bring their own reusable grocery bags or pay a fee, probably about 10 cents per paper bag used. The proposal would extend to convenience and liquor stores starting on January 1, 2016.