in Different Shades...
There are many different shades
of green. Making a change, even to the lightest shade of green, will lessen the
impact on the environment. One approach isn't necessarily better than the other
- it's a matter of personal preference which shade you choose.
Cotton is a renewable resource,
making cotton totes a great option to replace paper and plastic
Recycled plastic products save
70% of the energy used to create new plastic products.
Reusable polycarbonate bottles
are durable and can be used over and over, reducing waste and
non-woven polypropylene bags are
tough, long lasting, can be used repeatedly and are completely
sources, like solar power, replaces or extends
battery life and reduces waste.
made from resources that are naturally replenished at the same rate that
they are consumed, such as products made from organic cotton, cotton, bamboo
Organic. Items made
from materials that are produced with organic ingredients only and
produced in such a manner as to be carbon neutral or to have no negative
impact on the environment.
All natural. Products
that contain no chemical additives.
tote bags, apparel, kitchen utensils, drinkware, desktop accessories,
pens, flash drives.
made from materials that would previously have been discarded. Using
products made from recycled materials reduces the needs for more raw
materials, leaving a lighter footprint on our environment. There are two types of
come directly from products that were destined for disposal but were
rescued and turned into a new product.
pre-consumer) materials come from scrap material left over from
producing another product. This product would otherwise have been
bags, journals, paper notepads, pens, pencils, magnets, greeting cards.
that replace throw-away items, reducing waste through reuse. Reusable
items, as opposed to disposable everyday items, go a long way in reducing
waste. You can reduce your environmental impact by minimizing waste.
Water bottles, travel mugs, tote and grocery bags.
that can be recycled.
tote bags, water bottles.
that reduce or eliminate battery use with alternative, non-harmful resources
such as hand-power, solar energy, and water energy. These products provide
renewable energy from an undepletable source.
Solar calculators, radios and lights,
water-powered clocks, hand-powered lights and radios.