known producers of premium ‘billboard bags’ and aims to address its products to this entirely new market.
Trashy Bags will still keep on making the ever popular pencil cases or pink coloured hats made of Fan Yogo sachets. However, the Ad Bags open up a whole new range of opportunities and will hopefully direct the company into becoming more economically sustainable. While the sachet products appealed mainly to environmentally aware customers, the Ad Bags are also fashionably attractive.
amazing shapes to what used to be trash or sell Trashy Bags to the Accra expats…
While all those memories will always stay with me, my time in Trashy Bags was also marked by a significant transition of the company itself. After 4 years, and millions and millions of recycled water and Fan Milk sachets, Trashy Bags accepted a new challenge. A challenge of introducing products made of large billboards, banners and pull ups – Trashy Ad Bags. Once used, the vinyl flexi material that they are made of is only very scarcely disposed in an environmentally friendly way. By introducing this whole new range of products, Trashy Bags follows the footsteps of the well-