Posts Tagged ‘Custom Reusable Bags’

BC Supreme Court rules in favour of Victoria’s plastic bag ban

By Richard ZussmanOnline Journalist based at B.C. Legislature  Global News The BC Supreme Court has ruled the city of Victoria can ban single-use plastic checkout bags. The court dismissed the challenge to the City’s Checkout Bag Regulation by the Canadian Plastic Bag Association on Tuesday. “The City is very pleased that the Court has confirmed our ability to…

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Meet your new solution to single-use plastic bags

Introducing our latest earth-friendly packaging innovation Economically priced and environmentally friendly substitute to plastic bags. More cost effective than traditionally sewn reusable tote bags. A perfect solution for municipal plastic bag bans.  Strong and Durable, constructed with machine heat-sealed seams creating optimized strength and significant savings.  Custom screen printed with your logo or artwork and…

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

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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

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

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

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

  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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Plastic Bags Are Just the Tip of the Iceberg

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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The Eco Benefits of Custom Eco Packaging

Consumer packaging produces millions of tons of waste every year and savvy modern companies are taking steps to reduce that toll by using custom eco-packaging. International athletic wear manufacturer PUMA took nearly two years to come up with their “clever little bag” design that replaced the iconic red shoebox. The new packaging concept saves tons…

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Reusable Bags: For So Much More Than Your Everyday Grocery Shopping

When people think of reusable bags, they usually picture snappy reusable canvas or polypropylene bags with custom images or logos on the side, perfect for grocery shopping and other household uses. But there’s a lot more out there than just reusable shopping bags. Reusable bags can be used for transporting just about anything, including food…

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More retailers increase branding with custom reusable bags

According to Environment Canada, plastic bags are becoming “urban tumbleweed”, litter that is carried nearly everywhere by the wind, clogging storm drains and caught in trees. To help counter this trend, and in an effort to go green at the point-of-sale, a growing  number of retailers across Canada are increasing their branding capabilities by selling…

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