Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Check out this cool furniture. Basically these tables are storage units that use custom recycled products to hold materials. These reused crates also pop out and act as pseudo promotional tote bags, making them perfect for grocery shopping. With a little ingenuity and the will to make our world better, there are endless possibilities!
Monday, May 3, 2010
A recent university study has claimed that Dyson's Airblade, a popular hand dryer, increases bacterial growth and doesn't actually lower emissions compared to that of using promotional napkins or paper towels. Dyson has slammed this study and demanded better evidence, however the university remains steadfast in its claims. The Airblade, which uses Dyson's custom technology to quickly and safely dry hands in an eco-friendly manner, is extremely popular and is used in airports, hospitals and even in Buckingham Palace! A further study may be necessary, but this is an issue that is most definitely worth pondering.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Here's one of Treehugger's top rate promotional camera shots. Seeing such a majestic animal as the polar bear and thinking about how it could become extinct within this century urges me to start using custom recycled products. If we all started acting more eco-conscious, we have a chance to save this beautiful creature of the Earth!
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Spring is in the air, so let's all start to care...about the Earth! Forgive that terrible line, but in seriousness, in lieu of this green season we should start dressing in eco-friendly apparel! Whether it's a customized t-shirt or a recycled tote bag, let's make a better effort to be green. And for any of you doubters on whether green fashion looks good, just check out this dress...
Monday, April 26, 2010
Baseball, America's national pastime, has once again shown its leadership in the sporting world by unveiling its plans to go green. And while it might take a while for some ideas to come to fruition...you won't be seeing logoed baseballs made out of customized recycled products just yet...the effort to aid our planet has not gone unnoticed. Trying to cut down water and energy use is the first step for promotional baseball to turn green, and when you see these efforts being employed in stadiums around the country, it really warms your heart as to where we are going in our fight to save our planet from plight!
Friday, April 23, 2010
In its latest initiative to produce bottles that are made entirely of custom recycled products, Coka Cola has introduced a new bottle that cuts down it's waste emissions by nearly a quarter of what it used to. This new logoed bottle is composed of petroleum and plant based materials, making it much more eco-friendly and recyclable! It's great to see such a megaweight promotional drink company take such a stance to aid our planet!
Thursday, April 22, 2010
While it's great that all of today's motor companies are setting goals to have vehicles that can run on 100% clean and renewable energy, Ford has taken another step to raise the bar in eco-friendly motor development. In an effort to be more environmentally conscious Ford has increased the amounts of custom recycled products it uses when creating its vehicles, which are already at a whopping 85%, in terms of their car parts being renewable and recyclable. So on this glorious Earth day...and I never thought I'd be saying this about promotional automotive products...but congratulations Ford!