World Environment Day!
It’s been 38 years now, this being the 39th, since the United Nations General Assembly stepped forward in an effort to make our planet a better place to live in; an effort to promote environmental issues that if taken care of would guide the present to a sustainable, prosperous and safer future; an effort to awaken the people of the world and make them contribute to the betterment of our environment; an effort that has been immensely adulated and has only earned more and more of appreciation all over; an effort better known as World Environment Day (WED).
As time matured, the 5th of June not just attained importance in the minds of people but also gradually made them understand the reason behind the constant arguments put forth by environmentalists all over the world. Now, people are well aware of the fact that they themselves, by their constant unsustainable actions, are putting their home at stake.
We took cognizance of this fact and decided to help the cause in the best way we can. This led to the establishment of our company, Norquest Bags in the year 2002. We’re a modest little company in India that makes and ships eco friendly bags to customers all over the world and believe that one day there can exist a world without plastic bags. We constantly strive to achieve this reality by working with natural fabrics like cotton and jute.
We’ve recently come up with a fabric called recycled waste cotton and another one called, juton. Juton, which is a unique blend of jute and cotton, has already bought in tremendous response from customers all over. Cotton which is rendered as waste during the spinning, weaving and cutting processes, and even discarded cotton clothes are reused and yarn is made out of it; the fabric weaved out of this yarn is recycled waste cotton.
We hope that with our existing line of products (www.badlani.com/bags) and the new ones we’ve recently introduced, we continue to serve our existing customers and every new one to the best we can and do our little bit, to save our planet, one bag at a time.