Sustainable Manufacturing and Its Implications in Business

Sustainable manufacturing practices can ease the negative effects on the environment and remain profitable at the same time.

Sustainable manufacturing is a way of producing goods in an environmentally-sound and economical way. These are processes that utilize materials that have little or no impact on the environment. 

Aside from decreasing the carbon footprint of manufacturing, it also aims to minimize energy expenditure which could save company costs and overheads. This way the company earns more in the long run. Sustainable manufacturing also produces better and safer products both for the employees and consumers. 

How Sustainable Practices Work In Your Business’ Favor

In recent years, more and more companies have been adopting the policy of “sustainability,” integrating it into their company’s DNA, mission, vision, and marketing strategies. What started out with small-scale enterprises calling themselves “green,” the concept of doing your part to protect the environment is now being implemented by big companies and corporations. 

You can now see “green” products in different business sectors, not just manufacturing. Often, the switch to being more sustainable has gained them favor in the community and has also proven to be economical and profitable. 

Being Sustainable Should Not Be A Question Anymore

Our disregard for the environment has been evident, clearly a result of neglect. From climate change, water pollution, landfill problems, toxic leaks, and many more, it is beyond any doubt that switching to sustainable practices is our only option. 

Society has been demanding change for quite some time now. And the business sector, including manufacturing, is starting to follow suit. Consumers now patronize products that are sustainable, environment-friendly, and whose processes show regard for the environment. What could have started as pressure from public outcry, has now produced positive results for the environment and the companies’ bottom lines. 

Here are some practical reasons why a company might want to look into sustainable options:

  • By reducing your costs and waste, you can improve and increase your productivity and operational efficiency.
  • Gain new customers, widen your market reach, and ultimately increase your advantage over your competitors.
  • Public trust. By building your brand on socially relevant issues like environmental concerns, you strengthen your brand’s reputation and create a positive image for your company.
  • Sustainable is equal to long-term business. This is a good way for your company to have a firm hold on the market and survive for years to come.
  • Easily adapt to constraints in terms of regulations and circumstances. Adaptability will always open up to big opportunities. 

BIDI® Vapor and the Premium, Sustainable BIDI® Stick 

BIDI® Vapor utilizes only premium, high-quality materials with its products and ensures durability, dependability, and consumer satisfaction. Aside from consumer responsibility, opting to utilize high-grade materials guarantees the product’s recyclability. 

The BIDI® Stick was recently awarded a UL 8139 certification which assures the safety of its batteries. This certification evaluated the batteries of BIDI® Stick, specifically its electrical, heating, and charging systems, and has deemed it safe for consumers. This is further testimony to BIDI® Vapor’s commitment to quality and safety, evident in all their products. It continues to do so with ongoing research and development, innovating the premium BIDI® Stick and all other products.

The BIDI® Cares Initiative

The batteries that the BIDI® Stick uses are  280 mAh cellphone-grade, come fully charged out of the box, and are ready to use. This battery, although comparatively costly than other brands, is more dependable, and sustainable. It is easily recyclable, and recycling is actually encouraged among adult consumers through the BIDI® Cares initiative. 

Customers can send in their used BIDI® Sticks and in return will receive a coupon code for a free BIDI® Stick for every ten used sticks sent. This is a small way of showing BIDI® Vapor’s appreciation to its customers for doing their part in helping to protect the environment. 

A Sustainable Future

BIDI® Vapor is built on the mission and vision of providing sustainable products for a better future for everyone. Backed by thorough research, development of innovative solutions, hard work, and the right mix of people, the company believes that its vision will eventually be realized.

Check out more information through our website.


5 Different Ways to Safeguard the Ecosystem

Protecting the Earth does not have to be complicated. Learn how you can save Mother Nature in your own way.

As stewards of the natural environment, it is our job to protect it from abuse and destruction. Our survival as human beings depends on how we nurture and preserve the environment. Protecting the ecosystem also means being conscious of sustainability, not to abuse or deplete our natural resources. 

The main point of going eco-friendly is sustainability. Choosing an eco-friendly lifestyle impacts the world significantly, even in small ways. Here are five different ways you can achieve that:

Eat sustainably.

What we eat contributes to greenhouse gas emissions due to food production. Manufacturing establishments are responsible for 60% of worldwide biodiversity loss.

Farming animals require huge consumption of water and food. Expansion of agricultural land for animal feed production is one of the significant causes of forest loss. Producing meat creates more carbon dioxide compared to plants and vegetables.

When you begin taking more plant-based products in your diet, it lowers the carbon footprint impact on the environment. 

Conserve electricity and water.

Opt for an energy-efficient light bulb instead of the regular ones. These types of bulbs not only last longer, but they can help you save money as well. Also, turn off lights and appliances that you are not using to save on energy. If it is not necessary to use the HVAC system, then don’t use it. Simply open your windows during the fall or layer your clothes during the early fall. You can practice this between seasons.

To save water, practice turning off the faucet while brushing your teeth. Don’t turn on your shower until you’re ready to step into the water and wash your hair. Limit using your water when you’re washing the dishes. Change your old habits for the good of the environment while saving money too!

Reduce your waste.

Every product that we purchase leaves an environmental footprint, which can only end up in landfills. Plastic, for instance, causes pollution in the ocean. It can result in harmful effects on marine life.

You can start bringing reusable bags when grocery shopping. Too many grocery shopping plastic bags are accumulated at dumping sites or in different areas of the environment. These items can suffocate wildlife, or wildlife could mistake them for food. 

Plastics also take too long to decompose in landfills. Toxic, hazardous chemicals and even greenhouse gases from garbage are emitted from landfills.  Reducing waste also means minimizing, if not avoiding, food waste. Statistics show that about a third of the food production in the world is thrown away. Buy what you can consume, so you don’t throw away spoiled food, even rotten vegetables and fruits.

Choose recyclable items when purchasing.

Recycling is one of the most straightforward practices you can do to help preserve the environment. Because recycling reduces the need for raw materials, it reduces pollution and preserves Mother Nature. Through recycling, you help minimize pollution. Thus, when you purchase items, remember to choose items that can be recycled.

If you are a vape user, choose the BIDI® Stick, w

hich is made of high-quality material that can be recycled. It is manufactured by BIDI® Vapor, a company that cares about and supports the environment. Through the BIDI® Cares Program, it helps reduce waste by properly disposing of it through recycling. For every ten used  BIDI® Sticks sent back to the company, a customer receives a free BIDI® Stick on their next purchase.  

Save Our Planet, Recycle Your BIDI® Stick.

While you follow the simple steps to saving our world, choose eco-friendly products. Help conserve the environment by choosing products responsibly. Be a responsible vape user and support a company that cares about the same thing you do. Adopt an eco-conscious mindset. Recycle 10 BIDI® Sticks with us and get one free vape stick! 

Learn more about the BIDI® Cares program by exploring our website.


Can We Clean the Ocean?

Pollution is having a severe, destructive effect on the world’s oceans.

You have probably learned in school that more than 70% of the Earth is water. Ninety-seven percent of that is made up of the global oceans. Though this continuous body of saltwater is divided into distinct regions for geographical terms and convenience, they cover most of the planet’s surface area.

Because the average person does not get to see the middle of the ocean, people get the impression that it is pristine and clean. When people think of the ocean, they picture an unending stretch of water and waves. The truth is that the global ocean has also suffered from man’s carelessness and disregard for the environment.

Ocean Pollution

Just how polluted is the global ocean? Here are some facts: 

  1. Although oil spills generate headlines since they show severe instances of pollution, the truth is that they only make up 12% of ocean pollution. The vast majority of petroleum pollution in the seas comes from the runoffs from the land.
  2. We are dumping 8 million metric tons (15 trucks every minute) of plastic into the oceans each year. That would be the equivalent in weight of more than 50,000 blue whales. At this rate, the plastics in the oceans would outweigh the sea life by 2050.
  3. There is so much debris and garbage in the oceans that they have formed large patches. There are five of those patches, and the biggest, known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, is double the size of Texas in terms of area covered.
  4. The plastics found in the ocean pose another threat. Once they break down into smaller particles known as microplastics, they can enter the food chain and eventually cause harm to human health.
  5. Overall, 80% of all the plastic pollution in the ocean comes from just 20 countries, with China and Indonesia in the top two spots.
  6. Synthetic microfibers found in our laundry detergents may be small, but they still find their way to the ocean. 
  7. Chemical fertilizers can also cause harm. For example, nitrogen can enhance the growth of algae, which can then kill sea life over a vast area.
  8. Noise pollution in the seas can be a problem too. The noise generated by ships in the ocean can damage the bodies of sensitive creatures like jellyfish, which serve as food for other sea life.

Those are just some of the pollution problems in our oceans.

Can We Clean the Ocean?

Can we actually clean the ocean of all pollution?. The problems listed above sound overwhelming, but YES, we can still help reduce pollution to dramatic levels.

There are plenty of initiatives now that aim at cleaning up the pollution in the ocean.

There are technologies being developed that can harness the natural movement of the ocean to help remove the debris. There are also machines being tested, which can go out and start collecting garbage in the open seas.

What We Can Do

You don’t have to go to the middle of the ocean to help fight the pollution there. You can certainly take action and here are some of those moves you can do:

Reduce Your Use of Plastics 

Most of the plastics that end up in the ocean are from consumers. Your small contribution may not seem like much, but it’s a start. For instance, you can stop using disposable spoons and forks but bring the eco-friendly types instead.

Businesses Should Be Held Accountable for Their Use of Plastics 

Find out which companies and businesses are using too much plastic and express your concerns. Most times, these businesses would be receptive to feedback.

Consider Your Own Use of Harmful Products

You need to be conscious of the chemicals that you use in your garden and your household. As much as possible, avoid using those that are too harsh because they can end up being washed away into the ocean.


Volunteer for clean up drives whenever you can. Small gestures like that have an effect that is greater than the immediate cleanup. It can help inspire others to do the same.

If you have been using the BIDI® Stick, chances are you know about its recycling program. Nonetheless, BIDI® Vapor, maker of the Bidi Stick, came up with the BIDI® Cares initiative that advocates the recycling of authentic BIDI® Sticks.

Click here to learn more.



4 Recycling Lessons from Around the World

Countries around the world have different recycling practices. Which are the best?Recycle. Easier said than done.  For the most part, we try to do our best to recycle, but are we doing enough? Is there something else that we can do to improve our recycling efforts?

Perhaps learning about how people recycle around the globe could provide a few important lessons. Here are a few: 

China and Waste Processing

China has developed sophisticated processes to handle waste while importing waste from other countries to recycle. Its technologies and processes are still highly regarded globally. The “National Sword” policy has been one of the waste management programs in China since January 2018. It bans all import of plastic products and other materials from other countries. This policy is an effort to halt a deluge of soiled and contaminated materials that was overwhelming Chinese processing facilities. 

Swedish Success Story

While the whole of Europe has a great history of recycling and environmental protection, Sweden leads the pack. The Scandinavian country has one of the greatest recycling traditions in the world.

Sweden’s success is based mainly on how its citizens have been made aware of the need to separate their wastes. Swedes separate their waste by category and use different colored bags. Once done, the recycling plants separate materials based on what they can and cannot recycle. The materials that cannot be recycled are then burned as fuel in plants that provide electricity.

They get so few non-recyclable materials that they are forced to import them from neighboring countries.

Japan Aims for Zero Waste

Japan is another success story when it comes to dealing with waste and recycling. The country does have a reputation for cleanliness and discipline, so it isn’t surprising that they have been able to achieve so much.

When you consider the large, highly urbanized cities of Japan, you might expect them to have a hard time dealing with all the garbage, but the characteristics of their culture have helped them to deal with it.

The Japanese have proven to be highly efficient when it comes to recycling and segregating their waste. The government and the Japanese people are doing an excellent job of controlling their waste.

One of the shining examples of the success of Japanese recycling efforts is the town of Kamikatsu. Nestled high in the mountains, it is not easily accessible, so recycling there might be more difficult. However, the residents of the town have taken it upon themselves to organize and separate their wastes. They are also the ones who bring the waste materials to the recycling center.

It is said that they recycle 90% of their waste now, but they aim to recycle it 100%.

The Netherlands, a Model of Sustainability

The Netherlands is another European country that has achieved notable success when it comes to recycling.  Perhaps the best proof of their sustainability in action is the opening of a bike path in the country that is made from recycled plastic. Using recycled plastic in roads has been done in other parts of the world, but the Netherlands was the first country to build a bike path entirely out of the material.

Canadian Tradition

While Canada does not have a very high recycling rate when compared with other countries of the world, the Canadian people have a tradition of donating or giving away things they no longer need. That means things that might end up as waste in other countries are still usable in Canada.

Canada also recycles tires for use in building roads by mixing them with asphalt. They also have started a massive effort to recycle cigarette butts.


These are just some of the recycling lessons from different parts of the world that could help us. Stories like these have inspired us to do our part, which is why we came up with the BIDI® Cares initiative to promote sustainable vaping.

Thinking of more recycling programs that can help proper waste disposal? We’d love to hear it from you. Contact us now! 



What is Environmental Sustainability?

From theory to practice, Environmental Sustainability is the goal of BIDI® Cares.

As technological advancements offer society greater convenience and ease, the downside is the potential environmental effects of modernization that may affect future generations.

Improper waste disposal and climate change are starting to show. Amidst the towering buildings and breathtaking innovations, pollution has become a normal occurrence. Seeing murky waters and inhaling unclean air around them are unfortunate side effects of modern life.

Moreover, as the weather becomes even more unpredictable, rising temperatures are slowly melting ice caps and causing droughts. 

The future is bleak for the planet if these problems persist. However, a concept that appeared first in 1987 is slowly gaining popularity and could become the answer to the environmental apathy that humanity has shown for decades: Environmental Sustainability.

What is Environmental Sustainability?

According to the University of Maryland, sustainability is “the ability to meet the needs of the current generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.” It is an extensive and elaborate concept that encompasses the economy, the ecology, and human life and health.  

From a sustainability perspective, resources are to be viewed as limited and finite. Thus, it is crucial to keep in mind a long-term view of how we interact with nature and how we utilize our environment. It proposes that if we continue to abuse our resources for the present without finding ways to replenish or take care of them, the future generations–our children and grandchildren–will bear the harmful consequences.

Environmental sustainability dictates that even though we have to supply our own needs, we also have to ensure that the environment is not compromised and that our resources are replaced or are renewable. Clean air, clean water, and fertile land can be considered vital factors to ensure that the economy and society can flourish. However, these are all dependent on the current actions we take and the choices we make.

Unfortunately, our demands do not support sustainability.

The garbage volume and pollution problem, the rising temperatures, and the growing number of extinct species are not good indicators of a promising future. All these are consequences brought about by human disregard and selfishness driven by personal convenience.

If we want our race to survive, the “living in the present” mindset needs to be replaced for good.

BIDI® Vapor: Supporting a Sustainable Mindset

Many companies mass-produce their product to reach a broader market. The waste production arising from the manufacture of these goods or products will have an impact on the environment.

One of the things we can do on a personal level is to support companies that adopt a sustainable mindset. These organizations create products with the environment in mind and ensure that they find ways to reduce waste.

BIDI® Vapor is a company that strives for sustainability. Knowing that their vape product, BIDI® Stick is non-biodegradable, the company created the BIDI® Cares Program.l.

Ten used BIDI® Sticks in exchange for a FREE one.  

This incentive is a “thank you gift” that BIDI® Vapor promises its users for demonstrating a more responsible vaping lifestyle. As BIDI® Vapor heads toward the future, they join other stakeholders in providing a sustainable future for the coming generations.

For more information, visit



Paper Bags? Grab a Tote Bag Instead

The common eco-friendly alternative to plastic bags is paper bags.  However, the ‘dark side’ of the paper industry suggests another option–the tote bag.

With the recycling movement having become more mainstream, about 60 countries have already enforced a partial or complete ban against single-use plastic bags. Generally, plastics are hard to break down and often litter the oceans, beaches, and forests, endangering wildlife and the environment.  

The gradual ban on using single-use plastics has forced people to find eco-friendly alternatives.  Many establishments opted for paper bags. Paper is biodegradable and would not pollute water and soil, as plastic does. However, as harmless as paper bags may be, there is a dark side to this solution–the paper industry.

The Paper Industry

Industries, especially those of food and retail, adapted to the growing number of single-use plastic bans by switching to paper bags. According to Zion Market Research, the market for paper bags is set to reach 6.35 billion USD by 2025. It started gaining vast popularity in 2018 due to lifestyle changes and the world’s increasing affinity to pair their eco-friendly views with their shopping habits.   

This rising demand for paper bags, however, takes a toll on trees.  About 11 million acres of trees are cut down each year to create paper. On top of that, the pulp and paper industry is the third-largest industrial polluter in the United States, releasing over 100 million kg [what is the equivalent in tons?] of toxic pollution annually into the environment.

Despite the unpleasant side of the paper industry, there is still something you can do. You may opt to use recycled paper instead of virgin paper. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), recycled paper has 35% less water pollution and 74% less air pollution.

Yet, there is still another option. Why not try the tote bag?

Reusable Tote Bags

Paper bags are flimsy and cannot withstand heavier loads, aside from their inability to hold wet items for long periods. Thus, tote bags came into the scene and provided a sturdier and more reusable alternative to plastic or even paper bags.

The more we reuse them, the less need we have for both paper and plastic. To further put things into perspective, the UK Environmental Agency states that we need to use a canvas tote bag at least 330 times to counter the environmental impact of a plastic bag used only once!

Before you grab a tote bag, make sure to use one that is made of hemp. A cotton bag has to be reused at least 173 times to compensate for the waste that it produces from production to packaging to disposal. On the other hand, factories can process hemp using fewer resources because they can be produced faster in larger quantities. Its stiffness can also add to the strength it offers when carrying heavier loads.


Next time you shop or do the groceries, opt to bring your own tote bag. They come in various sizes, can be folded and neatly tucked in your bag. 

And for those of you who vape, you can also contribute to a sustainable environment by choosing the BIDI® Stick, which is manufactured by BIDI® Vapor. It is made with premium quality materials that allow them to be recyclable.

BIDI® Vapor, through BIDI® Cares, its environmental platform, urges BIDI® users to return their empty BIDI® Sticks. For every 10 empty BIDI® Sticks returned, a BIDI® user receives one free BIDI® Stick on his or her next purchase.

For more information, visit  



Here is Why World Soil Day is Important

Soil erosion has become an increasing problem, threatening global food security. World Soil Day aims to raise awareness of this important issue.

Often taken for granted, the dirt beneath our feet, helps sustain the food that we need to survive. Nutrients in soil sustain crops, fruit-bearing plants, and trees, therefore all the raw ingredients needed to nourish the human body. Soil is vital for our food security and for the survival of humanity.

The Effects of Soil Erosion on our Environment

In science, we learned that soil erosion is one of the main reasons for natural resource reduction. It happens when wind, tillage, or waterflow weathers away topsoil. Natural disasters like mudslides and floods happen due to soil erosion.

Moreover, harmful activities like abusive farming methods can degrade nutrients for the soil. These adversely affect the quality of the soil. When this happens, the soil becomes less suitable for planting crops and vegetable production.

The loss of fertile land also leads to more pollution and clogs rivers and streams affecting the fish population.

Here are a few reasons why we should take care of the soil and prevent erosion:

Population Growth Increases Soil Erosion

As the world population increases, so does the demand for food. Hence, healthy soil is essential. According to the United Nations, a soccer field of land is subject to soil erosion every five seconds. 

As the population increases, pollution, chemical fertilizers, illegal logging, and deforestation contribute to soil erosion.

World Soil Day encourages every individual, community, organization, and government to be proactive in improving soil health. 

Our Food Supply Depends on Healthy Land

Human survival depends on food, so naturally, the health of the world’s soil is tied directly to the food supply and our very survival.  Soil damage can eventually lead to food shortages and decreases in food quality. Ultimately it will affect the health of the world’s population.

The Future Generations Need It, Too

We are the stewards of Earth’s natural resources. We are responsible for taking care of these natural resources to sustain the future generation. The growing degradation of the soil and the destruction of the environment mandate is calling for action.

Planting trees, adopting new and sustainable farming methods, and building dams to slow down the run-off water will all become necessary steps to mitigate the effects of soil erosion.

World Soil Day

To drum up awareness for the need for global food security, the United Nations (UN) observes  World Soil Day every December 5. Its history goes back to 2002 when the International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS) recommended commemorating such a basic resource..

In June 2013, the FAO conference officially endorsed it to the United Nations. Then finally, in December 2013, the first official World Soil Day occurred a year later, on December 5, 2014, as designated by the UN General Assembly.

Be a Responsible Recycler

Recycling goes hand in hand with combating soil erosion and other environmentally conscious movements. 

BIDI® Cares is a program by BIDI® Vapor, which advocates the recycling of its BIDI® Stick vape devices. For every 10 used BIDI® Sticks returned, a customer gets a FREE BIDI® Stick on their next purchase.

Waste recycling is how BIDI® Vapor observes World Soil Day. 

Do you have suggestions to lessen soil erosion? We’d love to hear from you. Contact us now! 


Here are 5 Tips on How You Can Get Involved in World Environment Day

On June 5, we celebrate World Environment Day worldwide. You too can create a significant impact with simple efforts. Bidi cares for the environment and has gathered information on how you can help.

World Environment Day is a global platform that inspires positive change and has done so since the UN declared it an official day back in 1972. It is being celebrated yearly on June 5, engaging both governments, businesses, celebrities, and you to participate in the debate and efforts to help save our planet. 

A different country hosts each year, and this year it’s Colombia in partnership with Germany. The focus of this year’s World Environment Day is biodiversity because it’s time for nature. We have gathered a list of simple ways you can help get involved in this year’s celebration.

Educate yourself

This year the focus is on biodiversity, or biological diversity, which is a term describing the variety of every living thing, including plants, bacteria, animals, and humans. The reason for this year’s focus is because around one million plants and animal species are risking becoming extinct, and we humans are one of the leading causes. 

All species have their role in our ecosystem to help keep it balanced and healthy. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it only underlines the importance of focusing on biodiversity as losses can increase the spread of diseases and viruses. To get involved, you can learn more about pressing issues on World Environment Day’s official website.

Use your Social Media Platforms

We all have a voice, and in times where almost everyone is on some social media platform, you can use yours for good without even leaving your couch. UNEP is sharing information on their social media that you can help share. 

Make sure you only share information from legitimate sources to avoid the spread of fake news. If you know any local organizations, you can tag them and encourage involvement as well

Involve in local projects.

Find out what your local government is doing to help save our planet and encourage them to make positive changes. There might also be projects you can get involved in from either the government or local organizations. If you have the resources, you can get your company, groups, institutions to partake in the World Environment Day. 

A global challenge you can join from your city is the Cities4Forests. They have created a competition for you to post an image of people with trees/forests where you can win cash.

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.

The biodiversity is dying because we humans do not take enough care of the environment. One of the simplest ways you can help is by reducing, reusing, and recycling what you have. In our everyday products and appliances, we have single-use plastic, single-use batteries, corrosive metals, to mention a few. 

When these end up in landfills and oceans, they cause severe harm to our biodiversity and also waste our finite natural resources. Since we can’t just ban all products in our life, it’s important to reuse what we can, and prioritize recyclability for those products we can’t reuse.

Save your Bidi, Save Our Planet.

At Bidi, we are aware of the potential dangers a vaping device can impose on the environment. We have worked diligently to ensure our BIDI® Stick is recyclable. By using only high-quality components, we created a game-changer in the vaping industry. 

To further promote recycling, we launched the innovative Bidi Cares initiative to lead vaping into the future. You can make a difference and receive a reward simply by saving your used Bidi Sticks. 

We have already ensured they can be recycled, so all you have to do is return 10 used sticks, and then we reward your eco-conscious efforts by giving you a free Bidi Stick on your next purchase. 

Contact us now for more information. Happy Recycling! 


Environmental Problems Posed by Batteries

Batteries can cause a lot of environmental issues. The good news is that there are solutions in place now which can help reduce the problems caused by disposed of batteries.

Do you know how many batteries are thrown away by Americans each year?

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Americans manage to get rid of 3 billion batteries each year. Yes, you read that right, that’s billion with a “b,” which translates to roughly 180,000 tons each year of used-up batteries. That’s like an entire mountain of piled up old batteries!

How can so much waste impact the environment?

This article looks into the effect of batteries in the environment and what we can do to lessen their effect.

The  Massive Impact

The sheer amount of the batteries being disposed of each year is a problem already, and the fact that these batteries contain highly toxic materials complicates it further. If not handled properly, they cause not only pollution but also serious contamination.

The problem with throwing away batteries and other waste materials is that they still have to go somewhere. They don’t just magically vanish. They end up in landfills, which no longer has enough space.

Then there is the fact that these batteries contain materials that can harm humans and the environment. What are some of the materials inside batteries that can be problematic? Here are a few:

  • Cadmium
  • Mercury
  • Lead
  • Lithium

These materials are highly toxic and can pose dangers to human health and the environment if they are not disposed of properly.

The impact of batteries on the environment is measurable using four indicators. Those indicators are:

  1. Natural resources consumption
  2. Climate change
  3. Air pollution
  4. Water pollution

It would help to check these indicators in depth.

Natural Resources Consumption

The manufacturing of batteries requires several materials, many of which are sourced from the mining industry. The extraction of these materials alone can already have some serious environmental effects. The ramping up of the production of batteries also means that the environment has to suffer more damage.

Even the more environmentally friendly method of extracting resources can still leave considerable damage to the environment in their wake.

Climate Change

The making of so many batteries can also have an impact on climate change and global warming. The factories that make modern batteries emit pollutants that contribute to the greenhouse effect, causing climate change and global warming. You may not feel the effects of global warming right now, but in other parts of the world, it is causing a major disruption in the lives of people.

Air Pollution

The manufacturing of batteries can make air pollution worse in the area where they are conducted. Air pollution is still a significant problem in some cities in developing and developed countries since it can cause serious diseases.

Water Pollution

Batteries contain toxins, which can be very harmful if they end up in the water system and bodies of water. Because of this, old batteries must be handled and disposed of properly to make sure they do not get to contaminate the water supply. Unfortunately, even properly disposed of batteries can still cause water pollution.

The BIDI® Stick Battery

Most batteries in e-cigarettes contain heavy metals that need extensive treatment to remove all its residual metals. We did our research on how we can improve the recyclability and ensured every Bidi Stick contains a high-quality battery that has been certified by FCC, CE, and ROHS.

This is our way to promote the importance of recycling batteries for you and the environment. The battery used in a Bidi Stick is a cellphone-grade battery that is even better than a rechargeable battery and could be recycled for years!

The Bidi Cares Recycling Program

BIDI® Vapor has seen the problem of improper battery disposal, which is why we have been using strong materials to increase the recyclability of the batteries in our Bidi Sticks.

We know that we have to do more, which is why we have launched the Bidi Cares movement.

Under this program, our customers can send back their used Bidi Sticks so those can be recycled. For every ten used sticks that you send to us, we give you 1 FREE Bidi Stick, which you can get on your next purchase of our products.

Batteries can have an impact on the environment, but we can lessen its impact with initiatives like the Bidi Cares Recycling Program.

Contact us now for more information. Join the movement now!


How Bidi Cares Helps Protect Biodiversity

Biodiversity is an essential part of our existence, but it is currently threatened by improper waste disposal.  Bidi Cares aims to help catalyze change and put a stop to this danger.

Biodiversity, or biological diversity, is a collective term for the different forms of all living things, such as plants, animals, and other lesser common species such as microorganisms and invertebrates. It encompasses ecosystems and all water, land, and air species.

Over the years, biodiversity has been affected by the negative actions of man, including our improper waste disposal behaviors. Aside from the physical space, it takes up that destroys natural habitats, toxins in these wastes can also cause sickness in plants, animals, and even humans.

Biodiversity and Improper Waste Disposal

In terms of land, some countries have landfills especially designated for waste, but environmental dumping is still an existing problem. Waste materials passes from one country to another to avoid strict environmental laws until it ends up in a place with looser restrictions and affects the organisms there in the process.

As a result, harmful chemicals leach the soil that can be absorbed by plants, and animals can also ingest small toxic pieces of waste.

These landfills also affect the air, since they are responsible for methane emissions that trap thermal energy in our atmosphere. As a result, this increases the Earth’s temperatures and thus contributes to the phenomenon we know as climate change.

This problem does not end in the places where landfills exist–it can affect even the weather and temperature in different parts of the globe, and cause species to die, especially if sea levels rise or ice caps melt.

Dumping in waters has also been a persistent problem with a massive impact on aquatic wildlife. As the industrial revolution continues to rise, the quantity of waste in waters is also taking on a greater magnitude.

Coral reefs are affected, and the toxicity of fish ingested by humans is increasing. The noxious chemicals also diffuse in the water and reach other non-contaminated areas, polluting even clean waters as time goes by.

What are we currently doing?

Some people may not currently realize the impact of improper waste disposal, but the perspectives are slowly changing. According to Green America, an environmental agency, youth groups are converging to help fight against climate change, travelers are becoming more eco-conscious, and the popularity of organic foods is rising.

Companies are also starting to go green by creating recycling movements and using sustainable materials. One notable company that actively helps against improper waste disposal is Bidi™ Vapor.

Bidi Vapor and the Bidi Cares Program

Bidi Vapor is a company that created a game-changing vape product, the Bidi™ Stick, with its customers and the environment in mind. Made of high-quality recyclable materials, the company made sure that the aluminum body  is fully recyclable. Bidi Vapor aims to introduce a superior and sustainable product to the world, which can help reduce waste problems through Bidi Cares.

The Bidi Cares program lets users return a minimum of 10 Bidi Sticks. On their next purchase, they can receive 1 FREE Bidi Stick.

Through this program, Bidi Vapor can actively fight against improper waste disposal by encouraging its customers to adopt an eco-friendly mindset. The program also helps spread awareness against the harms of nicotine poisoning and toxic chemicals from vape batteries.

The world is in dire need of a change in mindset and behaviors when it comes to waste management. As Bidi Vapor and other eco-friendly companies continue to catalyze positive change, it becomes easier for the everyday person to adapt and adjust for the benefit of future generations.

For more information about this program, you can visit the website and contact us now!