Chatsworth, Calif. (PRWEB) January 08, 2013
At the beginning of a New Year, everyone is looking for ways to make improvements. Sometimes small changes can make the most difference and are the most realistic to keep up with.
Planet Green Recycle featured a list of their top 5 “Green” resolutions for the New Year. The resolutions offer tips to reduce, reuse and recycle that are doable for most anyone. The list includes switching from plastic grocery bags to reusable bags, biking to places rather than driving, using earth-friendly household cleaning products, recycling electronics and water conservation ideas.
In addition, since Planet Green Recycle offers a reliable and US based recycling service for inkjets, cell phones and small electronics, it makes perfect sense that they teamed up with the folks at Caseable. Caseable offers custom cases for electronics made from recycled materials. All products sold in the US are manufactured in Brooklyn, NY.
“We are all about products made from recycled materials that are made in the US. Caseable offers just that plus great design,” says Arica Rosenthal, Director of Marketing for Planet Green Recycle. Rosenthal Continues, “Everyone who received a new smart phone, e-reader, tablet or computer over the holidays will need a protective case. Why not one made from recycled materials?"
Anyone can enter to win the $50 Caseable giveaway by voting for the top 5 “Green” resolutions they plan to follow for 2013 and leaving a comment on the Planet Green Recycle blog. The giveaway is open until 1/21/13 11:59PM PST.
If you received a new electronic item over the holidays and need to recycle the old one, visit planetgreenrecycle.com for more information.
To read the top 5 "Green" resolutions post and enter the giveaway, click here.
About: Planet Green is the global leader of quality re-manufactured inkjet cartridges and e-waste recycling fundraising programs. Since its inception in 2,000, quality has been and continues to be the focal point of Planet Green's operation. The e-waste recycle fundraising program has helped thousands of charitable organizations raise over $40,000,000 and has kept thousands of tons of e-waste out of landfills.