Biodegradable Made In USA Mugs

6 Jul

Eco Ad Natural Plastic Commuter

This 4th of July week it is nice to remember that the good folks at QuickPoint are continuing their mission of providing earth friendly creations made with bio-polymers from renewable U.S. grown resources such as soy proteins or starch from potatoes, corn, wheat, tapioca or beets.

EcoAd™ line of promotional mugs from QuickPoint are reinforced with less than 5% synthetic polymers making them 100% biodegradable per ASTM standards.

The corn plastic and other materials used in their creation cannot be distinguished from petrochemical products, except of course at the end life, when EcoAd™ items biodegrade in the city composting facilities – and there are more and more of these programs as cities like San Francisco are putting in place mandatory composting rules.

Indeed an item like the EcoAd™ Natural Plastic Commuter from QuickPoint seems a great, dare I say natural, fit for any commuter city or company working on implementing a composting program. Custom printed with information about the program and contacts for more resources, this simple mug could serve as a daily reminder to compost waste, instead of sending that organic mater to the landfill.

And each EcoAd™ product is engraved with the EcoAd™  logo on the bottom of the mug, and comes with an additional removable EcoAd™ decal. Color options are five, including July 4th red, white, and blue, with the Corn Mug Commuter having a gloss finish whereas the EcoAd™ Natural Plastic Commuter has a subtler satin matte finish.

If you are a promotional items distributor looking for more information on QuickPoint items contact Duane Mayer.  If you are interested in these items to promote your own business contact your local promotional items vendor or email info@proformagreen.com for information and pricing. 

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