Onboarding employees with corporate swag packs have become increasingly popular in recent years, as more organisations recognise the importance of creating a positive and engaging experience for new hires.

Many companies are choosing to opt for environmentally responsible merchandise and reducing waste like plastic packaging on items and plastics used in the packaging itself. This is where the Sustainable Onboarding kit comes in, using our knowledge of popular merchandise we went on the hunt for the stars of eco merchandise.

This packs includes:

  • The Ocean Bottle – For every Ocean Bottle sold they fund the collection of 11.4kg of plastic equivalent to 1,000 plastic bottles.
  • The A5 Castelli Notebook – The cover is made from 2 plastic bottles 100% sustainable fibres, with FSC paper supporting responsible forestry.  This notebook is also totally recyclable!
  • The Green & Good Shopper Bag – The canvas shopper is made from natural & unbleached cotton-canvas. Heavy duty bag with long shoulder handle with bottom gusset.  It is produced in an audited factory and at the end of its life is biodegradable.
  • The Bamboo Multi Charging Cables – Multi-charging Bamboo rPET braided cable with antibacterial coating, comes with two inputs (USB A and USB C) and three outputs USB C, Micro USB and Lightning adapter. Cords made from recycled bottles.
  • Packaging – Crafted from recycled paper and fully recyclable. We are part of the carbon capture scheme supporting the woodland trust to planting new trees to offset the carbon produced by everything we print.

If you’re interested in turning your onboarding packs green, or making a few changes to improve its eco-credentials, reach out to our friendly team at sales@thempc.co.uk or give us a call on 01256 352415.  If we all make small changes the impact will be significant.

Small items with BIG Impacts!

For Earth Day 2024 on April 22nd, EARTHDAY.ORG is unwavering in our commitment to end plastics for the sake of human and planetary health, demanding a 60% reduction in the production of ALL plastics by 2040.