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Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Tender To Environment

Looks like a sack of giant fries.

My sister gave me some packing material. I am not moving, yet I still found much enjoyment in the packing material. This packing material came from the land of the rising sun, successfully preventing the destruction of some sensitive Honda vehicle parts. I hope you find enjoyment in it as well.

ECO-PACK, tender to environment
Super Ecolo Anincorporated Company
15-1, Tegara, Himeji, Hyogo-Pref., Japan
Phone: (0792) 22-2951

Since this bag contains “Ecolo-master”, tender to environment, it serves to powerfully eliminate the hydrogen chloride, a factor to generate the dioxins from general refuse within incineration furnace. It also brings about such effects as to reduce the acid gas generated.

Different from conventional buffer material
- Recycled product .
- You may throw “Eco-pack” after use as a general wastes.
- You can burn “Eco-pack” in low calorie.
- “Eco-pack” is not edible.


Chances of contracting an E-coli bacterial infection is less than 1%I disagree. In trying to eliminate my own acid gas, which was the main cause of undie-destruction, I went against the bag’s recommendation and ate some Eco-pack fries. The Ecolo-master bits are edible, however, they’re not the tastiest thing I’ve put ketchup on. And stop making fun of the disgusting condition of my ketchup bottle. It’s not like I’ve got nine kids who make ketchup & onion sandwiches every day.

Are you in the packing industry? Looking for a way to reduce your environmental footprint? Feeling guilty about the terrible things you’ve done to the planet? Give the Super Ecolo Anincorporated Company a call.

The most cost-effective way of acquiring some top notch Japanese packing material is to order one sack, then ask them to pack it carefully with their high-quality Eco-packs you’ve heard so much about.

Use the Eco-pack to protect such things as historical Japanese artifacts you’ve smuggled out of their country, the new 500-hp, all-wheel-drive Nissan Skyline, and your Hello Kitty bobblehead collection.

5 Comments:

Blogger patti_cake said...

Mmm they look pretty good w/ ketchup!

12:40:00 PM

 
Blogger Rainypete said...

Environment be damned! I still can't get enough of popping bubble wrap!!!

Although you could be on the right track with this edible packing materials idea.

9:33:00 AM

 
Blogger Martini said...

The Japanese are very serious about their packing material: bubble-wrap is too fun for them.

11:05:00 AM

 
Blogger SJ said...

They had to say it's not edible? Wonder what people did to make them add that line.

10:14:00 PM

 
Blogger honkeie2 said...

i love when I buy things like car parts and they give u little bags of chiclettes but then they tell u that u cannt eat them....how dare they!

12:27:00 PM

 

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