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It's time to ReDrink




by Webmaster, 16th July 2020

A message from our friends at ReDrink...

We know the plastic pollution problem is getting out of hand. We know waste disposal can produce toxins and has huge implications for climate change. ReDrink agree, it’s time for a ReThink.

ReDrink supplies sustainable, reusable, branded drinkware, specialising in finding a product that fits a client’s needs. Working to beautifully brand products that people want to reuse, time after time. In simple terms, replacing single-use drinks bottles and coffee cups with quality products, which promote your company, brand and green credentials.

A reusable bottle or cup typically saves people from buying at least 150 single-use items each year. Reusables reduce the amount of waste being fed into the already seriously underperforming recycling system. Reusables also reduce pressure on the growing consumption of oil reserves to make more plastic.

With UK-sourced manufacturing the first port of call, ReDrink can supply a range of reusable bottles or cups, from under a couple of pounds, up to the premier end of the market. Relationships have been made with companies such as ecoffe cup, KeepCup, CamelBak and others from further afield. All products can be bespoke branded with your company’s logo or promotional message.

Giving your staff, customers, friends or prospects a beautifully branded, high-quality reusable will help reduce plastic pollution and waste across our planet and save them money too.

As well as corporate business sales, ReDrink are proud to introduce the first of our artist collaboration bottles - designed exclusively for ReDrink by the Cardiff-based illustrator artist Phil Morgan.

To discuss a potential project or just to buy a piece of art on a bottle, tel: 02920 701817 or visit ReDrink's website at redrink.co.uk

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