• Tees, Polo Shirts, Sweaters, Hats and Caps made from all natural fabrics or organic cotton.
  • Crewnecks, Vests and Jackets made from recycled fabrics.
  • Printed materials made from recycled papers, and printed with soy-based inks or water-based digital toners.
  • Desk accessories made from recycled or reclaimed materials.
  • Seedlings, Seed Packets, Gardening Tools, Bamboo Plants, Pruning Gloves, Watering Cans, and Gardening Aprons.
  • Books such as Almanacs and Gardening Journals.
  • Light bulb-shaped magnets or decals to remind us to turn off lights when leaving the room, or to switch to energy saving bulbs.
  • Magnets or decals reminding us to turn down the heat at night and up during the day, or to move the thermostat down 2 degrees in the winter and up 2 degrees in the summer.
  • Shower hangers reminding us to use less water, and to take showers instead of baths.
  • Choose products with less packaging.
  • Choose products that can be re-used, and that last a long time.
  • Tire gauges to promote keeping your tires properly inflated.
  • Computer and desk accessories to promote telecommuting.
  • Stickers or magnets reminding us to print hardcopies only when necessary, and then onto recycled paper.
  • Reusable products such as picnic supplies, utensils, tote bags, tumblers and travel mugs.
  • Sports bottles that fit onto bicycles to promote alternative methods of transportation.
  • Lanyards made from recycled polyester or organic cotton.
  • Reusable grocery, shopping and wine bags made from either recycled or organic materials in place of plastic disposable bags.
  • Shopping bags made from recycled products.
  • Biodegradable Plastic Bags instead of the traditional white vinyl bag.
  • Environmentally-friendly Pens manufactured using less petroleum, and recycled plastic.
  • Multi-use items that can re-purposed after initial use such as a reusable container or wooden box. These products can have lasting and residual promotional value as well.
  • Replaceable water filters offer the pure taste of bottled water without the expense.
  • Hand crank flashlights and radios to reduce dependence on disposable batteries.
  • Traditional household and desk accessories made from biodegradable 100% corn plastic.

Author: Connie King

Publication Date: January 2008

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