In 1987, The Brundtland Commissions of the United Nation defined sustainability as "meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
More recently, sustainability's meaning has evolved to encompass environmental, social and economic demands - known as the "three pillars" or the "triple bottom line" of sustainability. An ideal plan for sustainability would benefit the environment, improve the lives of humans, and make money at the same time.
E-Cooler products are sustainable and support the benefits of the Triple Bottom Line
Environmental benefit: Using e-cooler products helps protect the environment and reduces landfill space.
Economic benefit: E-cooler products generate revenue by recycling corrugated packaging and avoid expensive landfill cost.
Social benefit: E-cooler products create awareness in your community about the importance of recycling and helps protect the earth for future generations.