In order to celebrate World Environment Day on June 5, USB2U introduced a new range of more environmentally friendly products, including USBs made of bamboo, cardboard and cork.
USB2U strives to do its bit for the environment, from reducing single use plastic by offering USBs made from recyclable or compostable materials, to reducing its carbon footprint by carefully planning to bring down its air freight year on year.
The three new USBs below have been carefully selected to focus on moving away from plastic as the main material used, to bamboo, cork and cardboard which all have much better eco credentials.
The brand new Cardboard USB features a shell made entirely from sturdy cardboard. Shaped like the popular Woodland design, this is a new and unique product, able to be colour printed to achieve bold designs. Cardboard is much more energy efficient to make, and much easier to recycle, than standard wood, plastic or metal.
The Cork USB is made from fully recyclable cork and is in a cylindrical shape. A neat end cap hides the connector, and the compact design makes it easily portable. Branding is done via spot colour printing down the side and results in an effective and interesting design.
Alongside this, are the Eco Bamboo USBs, which are a hugely popular product for those looking for a more eco friendly sustainable choice. Bamboo is an easily sustainable product, able to grow up to a gigantic 98in in just 24 hours. Grown without pesticides or need for irrigation, bamboo is a strong, good looking and easily sustainable material that makes it a fantastic candidate for an environmentally friendly USB flash drive.