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Are You a Conscious Corporate?

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Conscious Branding? Is your branding conscious?

Lose straws. Lose polystyrene, plastic cups and containers.

The truth is single-use plastics are creating landfills big enough to fill a country, filling up our oceans and killing marine life around the globe. Plastic has been found in drinking water all around the world, and it’s making its way into our food!

Even worse – only 10% of plastic items are recycled, the rest is polluting our environment. Throwing it away, forgetting about it doesn’t help either – where exactly is away?

Away is the term used in place of landfills, oceans and our food!

Let’s be honest with ourselves – the amount of plastic we’re subjected to is too much and must be reduced.

Stay tuned for what you can do to #BreakFreeFromPlastic!

Set a good example. Let us brand metal straws and kitchenware for your company cafeteria or coffee station.

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There are a variety of metal, hemp and alternative products which can be utilized in our daily lives to lessen our individual carbon footprint in the universe. Removing one plastic item at a time will go a long way towards preserving the planet for our loved ones. Conscious branding is a real way of making a difference.

Our Conscious Corporate Client – Echo Service Providers did just that branding Reusable Glassware and Metal Straws.

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Conscious corporate Credo:

REFUSE if it’s not environmentally friendly.

RE-USE what you can.

RESPECT our environment.

REDUCE your carbon footprint.

Whilst this will incur slightly higher costs initially, enabling and achieving a greener planet is a small price to pay. In the long run, there will be substantial savings.

So, are you practicing Conscious Branding?

Switching to using reusable stainless steel straws is an easy way to lower the amount of plastic you dispose of in your company and home and reduces your carbon footprint.

5 Reasons You To Switch

1) Disposable plastic straws are harmful! To your health and the Environment!

Plastic drinking straws can contain harmful toxins that can be detrimental to your health and the health of your family, including Phthalates and Bisphenol A. More commonly known as BPA, Bisphenol A has been linked to brain and behavior problems, increased risk of cancer, heart problems and increased health issues for young children.

2) Metal Straws Create Less Litter

Disposable plastic straws are one of the top 10 most common items of trash found in the ocean!

With over millions of plastic straws being used every day, it’s no wonder that many of them end up in our oceans and waterways. By switching to using reusable straws we can drastically reduce the number of disposable straws that are made, used and then thrown away.

3) A Smarter Buy!

Buying cheap, throwaway items can seem like a cost-effective choice at first glance. However, the cost of replacing these disposable items regularly quickly starts to add up.

4) Better for the Environment

Many disposable plastic straws are made from polypropylene – a thermoplastic polymer which is made from the same stuff that powers our cars! Yip! Much of the plastic straws that are used every day are made from fossil fuels!

We all know that the use of fossil fuels contributes to greenhouse gasses and climate change, so switching to reusable stainless steel straws helps to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and limit global warming. We all want our children and grandchildren have a healthy and stable planet to inherit in the future, right?

5) Set Smart Corporate Trends!

We need more companies to make the switch to sustainable and reusable products, so we encourage you to lead the way and be a trendsetter. Our reusable stainless steel straws are beautifully designed and can be custom branded or ordered in bulk!

If you haven’t already, make sure you check out our reusable straws now. You can also sign up for our Onform newsletter for more tips and resources for smart branding and lifestyle choices.