Go Green With Takeout Containers!

 No one wants to be viewed as a socially irresponsible company that is bad for the environment.  Luckily, there are a lot of new products being introduced to the market that are good for the environment.  Of course, there are some things that we can’t eliminate, but why not do our best to try and improve upon them?

Let’s take takeout containers for instance.  Although Styrofoam may be cheap, it is really bad for the environment and it can’t be reused.  Each year, millions of Styrofoam containers end up in the landfills after only one use.  Not to worry though, you can help do your part by utilizing Reusable Go Green Takeout Containers from G.E.T. Enterprises.  These containers are easily stackable, break-resistant, dishwasher safe, microwave safe, and reusable. 

The idea behind this concept is that users can take these containers and consume their food elsewhere (i.e.: outside of the cafeteria, which makes them ideal for schools and food courts), and then return the Eco-Takeouts to be washed and sanitized.  If the takeout container landfill situation continues to worsen, restaurants may start charging for takeout containers.  If people bring their own Eco-Takeout container, they will eliminate the extra fee.  This is the same concept as bringing your own bags to the grocery store.  The G.E.T. Eco-Takeouts are not only better for the environment, but they help you cut costs in the long run.  You can even customize your takeout containers with your restaurant logo on them should you choose too. 

Reusable Go Green Takeout Containers from G.E.T. Enterprises

GET - 1 Compartment Food Container, 4-3/4" x 4-3/4" x 3-1/4", Clear - #EC-08-1-CL

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