Tag Archives: Sustainability

Go Green with Sustainable Promotional Products!

sustainable promoIn an era where environmental consciousness is at the forefront of societal values, businesses are increasingly recognizing the importance of adopting sustainable practices. As we strive for a greener future, the choice of promotional products becomes a powerful avenue for expressing a commitment to eco-friendly values. Opting for sustainable promotional products is a cornerstone for environmentally conscious marketing! Continue reading

Our Top 6 Water Bottles for College Students

water bottles for collegeWe have lots and lots of clients involved in our future’s higher education. From universities and colleges to campus organizations and clubs, we have a wide range of custom reusable water bottles to meet everyone’s needs! We’ve compiled a list of our top 6 favorite water bottles for college campuses!

Sustainability departments, university bookstores, and student groups are all working towards reducing plastic waste by offering custom water bottles. We are proud to partner with colleges across the country to provide bottles to students!

So, in no particular order, here are the top six water bottles for college students from our website! Continue reading

The Best Water Bottles for Summer 2023

We know it’s only March and we all have our sights set on spring coming up, but before we know it summer will be on the horizon! With that comes a whole new set of marketing campaigns and ideas to implement, meaning it’s important to pick out a promotional water bottle that is trendy, stylish, practical, and aligns with your brand to help get your message across. Our team here at Bulletin Brands has done our research, we know the trends, and we have decades of experience in promotional products to help us cultivate a list of the best water bottles we think are perfect for summer 2023! Check out the full list below: Continue reading

Let’s Talk Trash. Or In Rob Greenfield’s Case, Let’s Wear It.

rob greenfieldEver wonder what happens to something after you throw it away? Or how much trash you are accumulating each day? For a lot of us, trash is out of sight, out of mind once the garbage truck takes it away or we throw it into the waste bin when we’re out in public. It’s easy to be desensitized to just how much waste we’re actually producing, because it’s everywhere! For environmental activist Rob Greenfield, this was an important aspect of environmentalism that he wanted to bring light to. And I think it’s safe to say that he did! Continue reading

What is Upcycling?

There are a lot of ways to start living a more sustainable life, from daily habits to purchasing habits and everything in between, there is a lot we can incorporate into our daily lives to prioritize sustainability. One easy and effective way to do that is by making the switch to reusable water bottles from single-use plastic water bottles (and all plastic beverage bottles!). There are many different reusable water bottle options out there, and of course many different processes for producing those bottles. Let’s learn a bit more about one kind of production process called Upcycling, which is helping to reduce landfill waste in more than one way! Continue reading

Reusable Water Bottles are More Important Than Ever

plastic-freeSummer is in full swing, which means hot (and for our team here in Maine…humid) days are here to stay. More time outside in the heat and sun means that more people will be taking their hydration on the go. Drinking water and staying hydrated while outside in the sun are super important when trying to stay cool. We know that more people are reaching for their water bottle right now …but what kind of bottle are they reaching for? Unfortunately, for many it’s still a single-use plastic bottle rather than reusable water bottles. Continue reading

Canada Schedules Single-Use Plastics Ban

reusable water bottlesWe know that sustainability has become a hot topic in recent years, and for good reason. Environmental groups have urged government officials across the globe to prioritize sustainable practices on every level as climate change continues to be one of the biggest threats current and future generations. More and more organizations and individuals have begun to focus on this issue and create programs and initiatives to help solve it. One concrete step towards a more sustainable future has come from Canada, as they publicly schedule a ban on popular single-use plastics to take place over the next few years. This is a huge undertaking and will hopefully result in reduced waste across the country! 
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Clean Beaches Week: Head to the Beach with Reusable Water Bottles!

clean beaches weekClean Beach Week is July 1-7! It’s an entire week every year that is dedicated to celebrating our beautiful beaches and highlighting the importance of keeping them clean. Here in Maine (where our team is headquartered) we have some absolutely gorgeous beaches, so this idea hits close to home! Every time I step foot on a beach, I’m reminded just how incredible planet Earth is and how lucky I live where I do. (And glad I am that I use reusable water bottles instead of plastic!) Continue reading

The Best Water Bottles Made with Natural Materials

Glass TumblersThere are thousands (probably millions) of water bottle options out there to choose from. Each claiming to be good for the environment, sustainable, recyclable, and more. It’s hard to decipher which bottles are greenwashing and which bottles are actually worth your time. Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a list of water bottles that are perfect for brands who are prioritizing sustainability and conscious consumerism. Wondering what the best water bottle is that’s made with natural materials? Check out our list below of some of our favorites. Continue reading

Earth Month Reflections: Could You Lead a Plastic-Free Life?

Reusable TumblerYou may have read the title of this blog and immediately thought “no way”. In today’s world, this seems like an almost impossible task, and one that many people may think is not worth it. All you have to do is start thinking about commonly used items to realize that plastic is everywhere. Whether its single-use or reusable, plastic has become a pillar of our society. So how do you even start living a life that’s free of plastic? As we approach Earth Day, let’s talk about ways we can make influential change on an individual level. Continue reading