Promote your brand sustainably

Promote your brand sustainably

How can you continue to promote your brand in a sustainable and responsible way? Fortunately, in the promotional and personalised products industry there are several solutions! In our store you will find a selection of products that make a responsible use of materials, while still boosting your brand’s visibility!

Here you’ll find some of the more sustainable materials that may help you achieve more eco friendly and responsible marketing and promotion campaigns. Your clients will be delighted by these products!

 

Wheat straw

Wheat straw is mainly an agricultural waste product that remains after grain or juice is extracted from crops. It’s a valuable environmentally friendly resource that allows us to reduce the use of plastics, and improves the outlook for many reusable products. You’ll find this material, for instance, in this cutlery set and this lunchbox.

 

Corn PLA

Polylactic acid is a natural substitute for plastic made from fermented plant starch (mostly corn). It’s a eco-friendly, renewably sourced and biodegradebale alternative to conventional plastics. You’ll find it in this take away cup, and in this shopping bag.

 

Organic cotton

Organic cotton has all the quality and feel of cotton, with the difference that it is naturally grown and cultivated, without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or any other chemical. Only certified cotton (by GOTS, for instance), can be marketed. Fortunately, the number of organic cotton farms is increasing. At WAPI, you’ll find organic cotton in this shopping bag, for instance.

 

Coffee husk

Coffee husk is the dried skin of the bean, that falls off during the roasting process. Rather than being thrown away, coffee husks can be used as reinforcing filler for thermoplastic composites, like polypropilene ir ABS. It’s used in products like this mug or this double walled cup.

 

Bambu

Bambu is one of the fastest growing plants, with a minimum water need and no need of fertilisers to boost its growth. It’s a highly renewable, strong, and durable resource. We have many products which use bambu, such as this cutlery set, this lunchbox, or this toothbrush.

 

RPET

The most commonly used plastics, in things like bottles and containers, is PET. Recycled PET is known as RPET, and is the most widely recycled plastic in the world. It’s a material that gives new life to recycled products! We can find RPET, for instance, in this bottle and this pen.