Many people decide that going green is the right thing to do, after becoming aware of the destruction waste causes to our planet. This realization may occur after witnessing people throw trash out of vehicles and onto the streets. It may happen after seeing injured baby ducklings in an ocean— saturated with petroleum. Regardless of what triggers our conscious to “go green”, it is something that must happen for the legacy of our planet.
Scrappy Products is a division of Banner Creations and this business has gone green. All of the products they create are made with eco-friendly materials. Ever wonder what happens to your recycled soda bottles? Many will be amazed to find out—that your favorite brand of soda comes in a bottle that has never looked better—when worn as a scarf.
That’s right, Scrappy Products are made in the USA with 100% recycled soda bottle fabric. This is recyclable technology at its best. Some of the items created include: grocery bags, tote bags, utility bags, zip top tote bags, custom bags, scarves, and aprons.
The common things people use on a daily basis bring a new understanding—of what going green really means. It starts by evaluating ways of changing daily routines—and it requires a simple understanding of what happens to the waste that humans create and consume from day-to-day without realizing the consequences.
Scrappy Products gives the best demonstration of what the accumulation of waste looks like. The company displays a photo of an item people use and abuse without giving much thought—plastic bags. This is because people shop—they bag, double bag—and even dare to triple bag—systematically. This process is repeated over and over again and within a short period of time the end result is a heap of plastic—that isn’t as easy to depose of as it was to carry out of a store.
People can begin going green by eliminating the use and abuse of plastic bags. Going green is not the trendy thing to do—it’s the right thing to do. Using recycled and reused—bags made by Scrappy Products equates to reduced plastic waste.
Order your bag today--visit www.scrappyproducts.com for more information or call 1-800-326-3524.