The School for Humanity – Relan Interview

The School for Humanity is a podcast that discusses the greatest challenges that humanity faces and promotes those who are helping to find solutions.

I was honored when they asked if I would talk about Relan, what we do, and how we help businesses achieve their sustainability goals.

Did you know that over 600,000 tons of vinyl from banners and billboards end up in landfills each year?

On the episode titled 450,000 Square Feet of Material Out of Landfills, I talk about how we are putting a dent into this metric.

Listen to The School for Humanity podcast to see how.

About Relan

Relan helps progressive companies meet their sustainability goals by taking their banners and billboards that would otherwise be thrown away and upcycles them into useful marketing items.

These ‘new’ marketing items are beneficial for brands because they can not only raise awareness about their organization, but they can position the company as environmentally conscious.

To date, Relan has helped their partners save 450,000 square feet of material from the landfill and close the loop on a current waste stream which in the end, benefits their triple bottom line.

Relan has been named to GameChangers500 GameChangers500 as part of the world’s top For-Benefit companies.

Listen or download the podcast on Android or iTunes

Relan wrap-up

Relan can help you find socially responsible solutions like upcycling your vinyl billboards and banners which can increase your company’s revenue by up to 20%! Let us show you a creative way to reduce waste and earn a return on your marketing investment.

Be sure to check out more episodes of The School for Humanity podcasts.

Let us know how we can support you by putting more money back into your business by sending me an email!

Kari Brizius is president of Relan and is a West Point Graduate, certified personal trainer, a US Army Veteran, and a wholehearted entrepreneur. Kari’s passion for the environment, the planet, and healthy living fuels her entrepreneurial spirit. Her mission is to provide thought leadership on sustainability initiatives surrounding healthy living, the environment, and sustainability messaging. Learn more about Kari here.

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