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Recycled Promotional Products For Businesses

Updated on December 8, 2009
(c) www.mikkis.co.uk
(c) www.mikkis.co.uk

Every business needs promoting. And how you do it is just as important as why you’re doing it.

But did you know it’s perfectly possible to promote your business via recycled textiles, recycled packaging and even recycled plastic?

More and more businesses are realising that it’s good to go green. You can put your name on all kinds of recycled textiles and recycled plastic products nowadays. Not only are they all useful items, they also give your customers a reason to remember you. And if you think recycled plastic products are second rate, think again. There are some outstanding examples of recycled stuff for promotional purposes that could be working for you.

Let’s take a look at some of the highlights.

Employee friendly recycled pens, pencils and paperclips

Yes it is really possible to have all those essential office items made from recycled stuff instead of using new materials all the time.  And since you can have your business name printed onto each and every one too, you can actually give recycled stuff to your clients and employees with a clean conscience!

Just think of the advantages.  This is a great ongoing source of advertising, and since you will be making use of recycled textiles and recycled packaging you can honestly say your company is going green and helping the environment as well.  Now there is an advert to be proud of.  You can stock your business with supplies, help the environment, use recycled plastic products and promote yourself as well.

Get rid of employee stress with some stress balls and frisbees

Who doesn’t get stressed at work from time to time?  At least with some eye catching stress balls made from recycled stuff you can get rid of your anxieties without harming the planet.

Recycled stuff such as stress balls also makes a good free gift for customers and clients.  They come in all kinds of shapes and colours and you can add your business name and logo onto each one too.

Another good way to de-stress comes courtesy of a Frisbee or two.  These are made from recycled packaging, so you’ll never truly be able to throw this recycled packaging away!  The big advantage is their size – it leaves plenty of room for your company name and logo to catch everyone’s eye.

(c) www.mikkis.co.uk
(c) www.mikkis.co.uk

Make using that mouse easier with a promotional mouse mat made from recycled rubber

Tyres are a big problem area when it comes to rubbish.  But you can do your bit to make sure you don’t rely on new sources of rubber for your mouse mats.  Instead, make sure you buy promotional recycled rubber mouse mats.  This has to be one of the best and most practical uses of recycled stuff there is.

Recycled packaging can also be used to make new mouse mats.  Old CD cases are a good example.  And mouse mats meet the criteria of being one of the best products of the lot too, since the recycled rubber products are useful and usable in everyday life.

And when your client uses their recycled rubber mouse mat (or one made from other recycled stuff) your company name will be splashed over it too.  What better way could there be to remind them where you are and what you do?

Don’t break any more office mugs – stick to recycled plastic ones instead

Office mugs are a necessity. But don’t get new ones – get ones that are made from recycled plastic instead.

These are great because you can’t break them. They come in more than one size and you would never guess that it was possible to recycle plastic into these attractive mugs.

You can use mugs made from recycled plastic products around the office, and give them out to clients and employees. Make sure everyone knows your business opts for items made from recycled stuff and recycled plastic wherever possible. And of course your business logo will be on the mug too, to show you support the idea of recycled plastic.


How much recycled packaging and recycled plastic products are in your office?

As you can see, you could be using more. Take advantage of finding new ways to promote your business through recycled plastic and recycled textiles. Get your business name in front of lots more people thanks to the power of recycled plastic products turned into promotional items.

Why not try going green today and helping your clients and employees out at the same time?

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      Good Business Ideas 7 years ago

      This is a great idea, I got a pencil case the other day made out of old tires!

      So cool!

      http://www.egoodbusinessideas.org/business-ideas-f...

      http://www.egoodbusinessideas.org/business-ideas-f...

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      TINA V 8 years ago

      This hub is very informative. This is also helpful not only in an office setting but as well as in our own home.

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      Hello, hello, 8 years ago from London, UK

      Thank you for your informative hub which shows a lot of consideration.

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      Eileen Kersey 8 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      Despite recycling at work we still waste far too much paper

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      Susan Keeping 8 years ago from Kitchener, Ontario

      Great information. It's always good to go green...

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