How to reduce plastic waste with easy product swaps

3 Mar

the list

This was sent to us from PCNA and support their products. Also, I want to mention, I think the straw thing is silly. Just don’t use straws. or maybe (rinse) and reuses a plastic for the whole year. Our industries love of straw substitutes is a little odd to me.

2020 has changed the way we live. And during this pandemic, people everywhere are shifting focus to the things that matter most, like their health. But to care for our own health isn’t enough. We also must do our part to protect the planet. After all, we’ve only got one, and it’s important that we take advantage of this opportunity for progress in the fight against climate change.

In honor of the everyday eco-friendly decisions we can all take, we’ve put together a list of some easy ways to send a message of eco-friendliness and actually eco-friendly at the same time. Amplify your brand with these reusable products that can easily replace their disposable counterparts.

Swap: One reusable water bottle can save 167 plastic water bottles per year (Fast Company). Take a look at CamelBak® Pivot 25oz Echo | 1627-21

Swap:  One reusable straw can save 594 disposable straws per year (National Park Service). Take a look at Reusable Stretchable SS Straw | SM-6402

Swap: One reusable cup can save 115 disposable coffee cups per year (Freedonia Group). Take a look at Dagon Wheat Straw Mug | 1628-46

Swap: One reusable grocery tote can save 500 plastic bags per year (Reusethisbag.com). Take a look at Recycled Cotton Grocery Tote | 7901-07

Swap: One reusable food container can save 250 disposable takeout containers per year (Huffington Post). Take a look at Plastic and Wheat Straw Lunch Box Container |1033-61

Swap: One reusable cooler can save 200 plastic or paper bags per year (Huffington Post).  Take a look at rPET Non- Woven 6 Can Lunch Cooler | 4200-18

If you are interested in these products to promote your own business, or if you wish to see some samples, email info@proformagreen.com for information and pricing.

And as always, if you really want to do something sustainable, do not buy promotional products. All products are consumption at one level or another. So if you must buy, 1) Buy local (i.e. made in USA), 2) Buy useful, long lasting items, 3) Buy sustainable/recycled/recyclable products if possible.

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