Monday, September 12, 2005
Many people spend lavishly on printing their name (calling) card on fancy cardboard to create a good impression. This can create more demand on existing stocks of paper and cards and more fodder for the dumpsite eventually. What if one print one's name card on reused paper (waste paper printed on one side and blank on the other)? One then practice thrift and also engage in environmentally friendly practice. Only drawback is the possible bad impression that this might create. But what if one can turn the thing upside down and make this practice prestigeous by calling this name card Envirocard. One can make a rubber stamp PRINTED ON ENVIROCARD or PRINTED ON ENVIROPAPER and stamp it on the namecard in red. Receipients may give giver extra points for engaging in thrift, environmentally friendly practices and one also help spread the message that our environment needs help at the same time.
Posted by Enviroman at 5:40 PM