Natural, sustainable and eco-friendly promotional gifts
The GO GREEN collection helps you achieve your promotional goals in a more sustainable way. These products provide greener alternatives to traditional items. They are fully or partially made of natural, sustainable or recycled materials or provide a substitute to a normally disposable everyday item.
Eco-friendly novelties every year.
Highly customisable, natural looking and greener alternatives of our most popular BE CREATIVE products.
Products made or assembled in Europe, to reduce your ecological footprint.
Custom CreaBox gift boxes and CreaSleeve paper rings are available for certain items.
One way to reduce waste – especially plastic waste – is to choose products that are made of materials that are or can be recycled. Recycling has several benefits, in addition to reducing the amount of waste going to landfills. It uses waste materials to convert them into new products, which reduces the use of fresh raw materials. Recycling materials needs the fraction of the energy than the original production, which also reduces air and water pollution.
Another option is to use natural materials that are biodegradable i.e. they are capable of decomposing back into natural elements. It means that these products can be safely disposed when they are no longer functional.
Wood is a biodegradable material and a renewable resource – timber production does not create any waste. Wooden products have a natural and durable appearance associated with high value, which makes it the perfect material for elegant and exclusive products.
Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on Earth; certain species have been recorded to grow 910 mm within one day. It is naturally antibacterial, which makes it a convenient material to use in the production of toothbrushes, combs and other bathroom accessories.
Cork is the bark of the cork oak tree; it is a completely natural raw material. Furthermore, it is completely biodegradable and recyclable. Cork is lightweight, impermeable to liquids and gases, elastic and compressible, and provides thermal and acoustic insulation. Because of these characteristics, it is used in a variety of products.
Paper has many shapes and forms, it’s a generally more environmentally friendly material than plastics. Paper decomposes in roughly 2 to 6 weeks, and most types are biodegradable.
Paper recycling aims to counteract the fact that trees are not replanted or cannot grow fast enough to provide enough material for general paper usage. Paper recycling is one of the biggest branches of industrial recycling, allowing us to save a huge amount of energy and resources.
Harvesting hemp has a very low environmental impact, and its durability makes it highly sustainable. It is naturally resistant to many kinds of insects and requires very little water, making it one of the most renewable fibres available.
Jute is a natural textile fibre made from the jute plant. It gives a relatively rough and very durable fabric that is highly resistant to abrasion and stains. These characteristics make jute an ideal material for bags.
Organic cotton is the cotton fibre that has been grown from genetically non-modified plants, without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, through a process that preserves biodiversity.
Cotton recycling is a mechanical process: after sorting, the fabrics are run through a machine that shreds the fabric into yarn and further into raw fibre. It is then spun into new yarns for reuse in other products.
PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) is a thermoplastic that is 100% recyclable into the same PET products (fibre and bottles). PET is the most often recycled plastic in the world, commonly used in packaging of drinks, food, personal care and pharmaceutical products.
Wheat straw plastic
Wheat straw is an agricultural by-product, it is the stalk that is left behind after wheat grains are harvested. Fibre-reinforced plastics are composite materials that are made by combining plastics (like PP or ABS) with natural fibres.
Bamboo fibre plastic
Bamboo fibre has good moisture absorption and ventilation, and it can be used to produce strong and resistant products. Giving that these products also weigh less than traditional plastic items, their transportation requires less fuel which makes them even more sustainable.
ABS is a versatile material with a great number of applications. ABS is also 100% recyclable, therefore becomes an exceptionally sustainable material. Its recycling process is considered to be very effective and easy – it could even be done at home.
PLA is a thermoplastic polyester made from renewable resources like corn starch or sugar cane, therefore is a type of "bioplastics". When PLA is melted for recycling, it releases almost no toxic fumes compared to most other thermoplastics.
Glass is a strong and extremely durable material while it is also very decorative. It is made from natural ingredients - mainly sand - without any chemical layers or additives, which makes it the safest packaging option for foods and beverages.
About 90% of manufactured glass is soda-lime glass, however, there is a much more resistant engineered type as well: borosilicate glass. Its durability makes it a sustainable alternative to regular plastic bottles and thermo mugs.
GO GREEN 2022 e-catalogue
Appeal to your partner’s company by advertising eco-consciousness, and provide accessories to create a green brand image for any company! Browse from a careful selection of our most successful eco-friendly products, in the pages of a stylish, animated, and reimagined GO GREEN 2022 e-catalogue.
GO GREEN 2022 e-catalogue is available with animated cover options.