Post-Consumer Recycled Bottles Made In USA

13 Dec

BPA-Free and Made In USA

The TB28 – 28 oz. Transparent Color Bottle from Garyline has a lot going for it that most folks would not see at first glance.

The TB28 – 28 oz. Transparent Color Bottle is not only made with post-consumer recycled food-compliant PETE (CPSIA certificate). It is also BPA-free and union made in the USA.

There are a few Made in the USA eco-friendly items on the market, corn plastic mugs from QuickPoint come to mind, however not many union made items like the Post-Consumer Recycled, Food-Compliant PETE TB28.

As a water bottle the TB28 runs 2-7/8″ diameter x 9-3/4″ tall with a wrap imprint area of 3 1/2″ x 8″. The TB28 has a second wrap imprint band on its neck of  3/4″ x 8″.

Bottle color options are Clear, Smoke, Transparent Blue, Transparent Yellow, Transparent Green, Transparent Orange, Transparent Pink, Transparent Red, Transparent Teal, and Transparent Violet. Custom colors are available for runs over 5000 units. That is a lot of color options for an eco item.

This Made in the USA eco bottle is going to work for any incentive program currently using water bottles, and will work that much better for programs developed for conservation, green energy, parks, and other environmentally oriented organizations or programs.

Made in the USA (Garyline is in the Bronx, NY) means the total carbon footprint on these bottles  is much less than those shipped in from China, and the Union badge makes them a better option for political and union programs than bottles runs overseas. If your business or program is in the Tri-State Area manufacturing is practically in your backyard.

If you are a promotional items distributor looking for more information on Garyline items Stu Schoenfeld is your contact at Garyline.

If you are interested in Garyline items to promote your own business contact your local promotional items vendor or email info@proformagreen.com for information and pricing.

3 Responses to “Post-Consumer Recycled Bottles Made In USA”

  1. Why do you call it “post-consumer” recycled water bottle?

  2. John Simonetta, Proforma Green Marketing January 19, 2011 at 2:03 AM #

    In this context, post-consumer means the material used to make the bottle had already been used in a product, which was sold, and then the materials recycled to make these bottles.

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