Plastic bottles, recycled into textile fibers.

Billions of plastic bottles go into landfills every year. But now you can do something about it. ERM Sustainability Solutions works with the leading, most trusted, branded performance fibers made from recycled materials (including plastic bottles). Buy products made with fibers made from post-consumer waste TODAY to make a difference for TOMORROW.

Minimum Number of Years Required to Decompose Plastic Items in Landfills.

One ton of recycled plastic saves:

  • 5,774 kWh of elecetricity.
  • 685 gallons of oil.
  • 98 million Btu’s of energy.
  • 30 cubic yards of landfill space.

Make A Difference Today. Start Now!

If present trends continue, by 2050, there will be 12 billion metric tons of plastic in landfills. That amount is 35,000 times as heavy as the Empire State Building.

Why Sustainability Is Important

The term “sustainability” is more than just trendy word usage. There is a real purpose in applying principles and practices that have long-term positive effects on the local community and planet we inhabit. Sustainable practices are just that, they can be continued indefinitely. The goal is to minimize our negative impact on the ecosystems of this world while continuing to enjoy the brands we love by taking items that are routinely discarded and turning them into new products.

About The Student Advocate

My name is Jailyn Bloodworth and I am a graduate student at High Point University pursuing my Master’s degree in Communications and Business Leadership.

Making a positive contribution to the environment and society is very important to me. I currently serve as Vice President of Student Engagement for ERM Solutions LLC, helping organizations and consumers who want to make a positive impact on the environment find sustainable, affordable alternatives to meet their needs.

Shirts made from 6 plastic bottles not only provide an easy way to go green but also allow us to brand our apparel without sacrificing quality.

Panthers, get ready to save the planet one bottle at a time.

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