Eco Foil Pan Assortment Earth Day Giveaway – US

Eco-Foil is a revolutionary new foilware product designed to give consumers like you a convenient and affordable way to reduce your carbon footprint, live greener lifestyles, and do your part for the environment! Not only is it made from 100% recycled aluminum, but it is also 100% recyclable after use — making it part of a phenomenon called "closed-loop recycling."

When you purchase and use recycled Eco-Foil products, and then put them in your recycling bin to get recycled again, you complete the cycle — the aluminum is then re-made into another new recycled pan … and the cycle just goes on and on and on! Eco-Foil offers a variety of products to choose from, including roasters, baking pans, and a broad line of favorites ranging from King Roaster® with handles (a Handi-Foil exclusive) to the Cook-N-Carry® line of pans with lids. All made from 100% recycled materials — even the plastic lids.  Eco-Foil is the perfect eco-friendly choice for all your baking, roasting or grilling needs —and a great way for you to save natural resources and protect our earth, one pan at a time.

You can find Eco-Foil at major grocery chains and mass market retailers nationwide where Handi-Foil is sold. If your local retailer isn't carrying Eco-Foil yet, tell them you care — and ask them for Eco-Foil products today!

Prize Eco Foil Pan Assortment Earth Day Giveaway   US

Eco Foil has put together an amazing prize package: Are You Green” T-Shirt, 2 King Roaster Pans, 4 13×9 cake pans, and 6 small square cake pans Enter to WIN the Grand Prize of the Event - KINDLE FIRE – Wi-Fi, Full Color 7" Multi-Touch Display a Rafflecopter giveaway

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  1. I'd say buying reusable containers, and reusable bags is the best, easiest tip I can give!
    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  2. Use cloth diapers!


    recycle aluminum cans

  4. My tip is to buy products with less packaging.

  5. Tiffany Hoyt says:

    I bought a car that gets much better mpg and emissions.

  6. My best tip is that I recycle every bit of paper that is thrown out from my house.

  7. Carolsue says:

    Ride a bike to work!

  8. Kelly Burroughs Crowell says:

    One WORD: RECYCLE!! It's the easiest thing to do and really does help :) 

  9. don't buy bottled water

  10. Michelle Tucker says:

    Even if it's as small as recycling a can, do it.  It helps!

  11. librarypat says:

    Repurpose everything you can.  Aside from the obvious recycling, find something to do with each item in your home you no longer need or want.  Furniture, toys, clothing, books, household good of all types can be used by someone else.  You can make some money with a yard sale or consignment shop or donate them to a charity.

  12. Recycle paper, cardboard, glass, plastic and aluminum!

  13. teressa oliver says:

    use glass straws

  14. I pack my kids lunches in reusable containers to reduce waste!

  15. recycle and compost, and see how much trash you dont have

  16. Always look for an alternative use or a double use for everything.  We use heavy paper plates and re-use them till they are actually dirty.  A sandwich doesn't make your plate un – re usable…. sometimes we even rinse them…. weird I know but then we get several uses from them and then we recycle them.

  17. Leslie Luke Stanziani says:

    Recycle what you can and conserve energy and water.Thanks!

  18. Shea Balentine says:

    Recycle and reuse what you can =)

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