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Reusable Paper Bags

4 Reasons Why One Should Use Paper And Reusable Bags

July 12, 2017

The enormous amount that plastic and its products are used these days has created a lot of buzz among people. With the help of advanced technology, it seems that everything is available made from plastic – primarily, bags are produced with micro-plastic which is highly responsible for devastating the ecosystem as it does not break…

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Thermal Bag

A Thermal Bag to Store Your Food and More for Picnics

June 27, 2017

A picnic bag is a must if you have food items to be kept cool for an outdoor meal. Although attractive woven baskets have been in use for a long period of time, they don’t have the provision of keeping food items cool; there is a shortage of storage space as well. Thermal bags are becoming increasingly more…

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Insulated Lunch Bags

3 Simple Ways To Keep Your Lunch Fresh & Cool

March 27, 2017

We all know how plastic bags are ruining the environment. Even then, an average American uses six plastic bags per week. Can’t we do anything about it? Is it so unavoidable? The answer to these questions is simple – switch to reusable bags. Reusable bags can be used for a very long time Typically hundreds…

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An Expert’s Guide On Why Should We Choose Reusable Bags

February 3, 2017

In recent years people have become profound about protecting the environment; it’s every individual’s duty as so many factors are responsible for polluting our air, water, and surroundings. It could be better if we try reducing even minor effects of pollution on the earth. But how? An expert shares some meaningful tips for helping us…

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Hawaii Bans Plastic Bags In Grocery Stores

September 28, 2015

Hawaii is the first US state to ban plastic bags from being distributed at grocery store checkouts. Like France, the state of Hawaii (US) seems intent on leading the rest of the world into a sustainable era. Recently news was shared of its plans to transform old buses into homeless shelters, and now the Huffington…

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Retailers push reusable bags to save money, environment

June 26, 2015

When Katrina Gamble goes grocery shopping, she brings her list and her bags — a pair of sturdy canvas bags she bought a few months ago for $4.99 at her local grocery store. “It works just as well,” said Gamble, 30, a political science professor at Brown University, adding, “It’s better for the environment.” A…

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Lululemon and Reusable Bag Branding

May 28, 2015

By David Lawson,Icegreen Inc.   Are you branding as well as Lululemon, the Vancouver-based maker of trendy yoga and running wear? Theirs is a great example of how smart for the environment can definitely mean smart for business too. You’d have to be pretty far removed from any media or pop culture references not to…

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Microbeads are a sign of our plastic consumer madness

May 28, 2015

  How much are whiter teeth and smoother skin worth to you? Are they worth the water and fish in the Great Lakes? The cormorants that nest along the shore? The coral reefs that provide refuge and habitat for so much ocean life? Are they worth the oceans that give us half the oxygen we…

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Biodegradable Coffee Cups Embedded With Seeds Grow Into Trees When Thrown Away

March 18, 2015

  A creative company in California called Reduce. Reuse. Grow has designed a coffee cup that is not only biodegradable, but even has seeds in its walls so that it can be planted and grown! The cups, which are currently part of a Kickstarter campaign, will have seeds embedded in their walls based on their…

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Plastic Bags Are Just the Tip of the Iceberg

March 10, 2015

We’ve heard it so many times many of us have simply zoned out and become numb. “We need to protect the environment before we completely destroy the earth. Let’s be more resourceful. Let’s recycle. Let’s stop using products that deplete the ozone and contaminate the earth, the air and the oceans.” Great sentiments and most…

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