The Story Of Three: Go-Green Packaging Review and Giveaway

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Go-Green Packaging Review and Giveaway

Go-Green Packaging Review & Giveaway

When It Comes To Recycling & Doing Our Part To "Be Green", We Try Our Hardest Around Our House! From Reusing The Paper Towel Tube & Creating A Telescope For My Children To Play With, To Cramming As Many Items As We Can In Our Recycle Bin-Daily We Are Reusing & Recycling! 

Go-Green's Products Were Introduced To Me By Thrifty Nifty Mommy! Go-Green's Manufacturing Technology Saves 30% Energy, Has 21% Less CO2 Emissions & Reduces Overall Amount Of Packaging.

I Was Sent 100 Crystal Clear APET Food Storage Trays From Go-Green. These Trays Are Ideal From Ambient To Freezing Temperatures But Are Not Recommended For Heating. Crystal Clear Food Storage Trays Can By Over-Wrapped Or Film Sealed. Go-Green's Crystal Clear Trays Have Excellent Transparency, High Gloss & Are Non-Toxic. Best Of All These Trays Are Recyclable & Can Be Reused Or Re-Manufactured To Make New Products.

I Tried Out The Trays By Storing My Yummy Pretzels In Them :) I Like To Put My Pretzels In The Fridge So I Covered Them W/Plastic Wrap & In They Went!

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(Go-Green Packing Sent Me The Above Items For This Review Post-All Opinion's Are My Own-Thanks Go Green!)


Lynne said...

We have a recycling dumpster in our alley - so we put all cardboard, paper, glass, and aluminum into it. I also take a reusable lunch bag every day, and use reusable containers for my food instead of baggies or ziplocs (as much as possible, anyway). We all use our own water bottles, so we do not need to purchase bottled water. I also donate any item that we no longer need (as long as it is still usable, or in the case of clothing, clean) to a local thrift store that supports the folks in our community that need help. Clothes that are too dirty or stained for the thrift store go to the local Humane Society. They either use them for cleaning rags, or as "blankies" for the puppies and dogs there.

Were Parents said...

We recycle everyday. I'm cloth diapering, plan to make baby food once we start that, breastfeed, recycle clothes, etc ;)