Green Business

Why You Should Choose Organic Cotton for Your Custom Printed T-Shirts

By Kate Haines,
Filed in ethical fashion, Green Business, sustainability

ethical fashion

Custom made t-shirts are a great way to promote your brand or reward loyal customers. They can also be used for work uniforms. Many brands and companies are now opting for 100% organic cotton t-shirts from www.printful.com  to help lower their carbon footprint and lessen the pollution caused by conventional cotton growing. Organic T-shirts are […]

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An Eco Friendly Alternative To Plastic Signs

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Green Business, Zero Waste

recycling, recycling clothes, zero waste

Plastic signs are a thing of the past for businesses — with many organisations pushing to become more environmentally friendly. Due to the advancements in technology and more quirkier forms of advertising, the possibilities to stand out from the crowd are endless. In fact, more businesses are beginning to place portable gobo projectors outside of […]

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A Look At The Government’s Clean Growth Strategy

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Green Business, green home, green transport

As part of a commitment to reduce Britain’s greenhouse gas emissions, the government has introduced the Clean Growth Strategy which outlines the proposed approach to building a lower-carbon future. The comprehensive document, compiled by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), is available to download here. However, don’t worry if you don’t have […]

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