Keep Britain Tidy Partnership To Launch Eco-Friendly Stationery

Keep-Britain-Tidy-CIWM-Journal-Online-StationaryKeep Britain Tidy has announced an “exciting” new partnership with eco recycling brand Remarkable.

The partnership aims to provide the national environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy and Remarkable branded stationery for sale via a state-of-the-art e-commerce site.

Income from sales placed via Remarkable will be donated to Keep Britain Tidy.

Products include bio-degradable ball point pens, recycled newspaper eco pencils and recycled card notebooks perfect for office and home use.

“Remarkable have a track record of over 20 years of leading the way with innovative solutions in the recycling sector”

The new site also links into the UK’s largest supply of business eco promotional products, allowing the promotion of business with environmental products. On all sales a donation is made to Keep Britain Tidy, helping to support and maintain their programmes and campaigns.

Remarkable owner Ed Douglas-Miller said: “Remarkable and Keep Britain Tidy have the same vision of a world where people understand and actively care for their environment. This partnership will help to promote the amazing work Keep Britain Tidy undertakes and Remarkable is happy to be a part of that.”

Keep Britain Tidy chief executive, Allison Ogden-Newton commented: “Remarkable have a track record of over 20 years of leading the way with innovative solutions in the recycling sector.

“We are confident that by working with Ed and his team it will give the charity a huge push to get the recycling message across to millions of people who share our values. I urge all our supporters to buy these fantastic products and tell your friends and family as they are the best designed must-have stationary on the market.”


 

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