The addition of the logo will be an Australian first. Additionally, the cards will feature two exciting new designs with a nod to RACQ’s colours and logo.
RACQ Group Executive Banking, Michelle Winzer said this aligned with the Club’s 2030 strategy of helping Queenslanders transition to a more sustainable future.
“We know sustainability is important to our members and now, when a member receives a new bank card, it will be made from recycled plastic,” Ms Winzer said.
“We’re proud to be decreasing our environmental impact by switching to cards made from materials which would have otherwise ended up in landfill.”
Ms Winzer said this was one of many initiatives RACQ had undertaken to support members in their journey to live more sustainably.
“This year we’ve launched three Green Loan products - home, car and personal - and acquired a majority shareholding in the highly awarded solar company - GEM Energy,” she said.
“RACQ also sponsors the Queensland Electric Super Highway, offers five levels of Roadside Assistance cover and Comprehensive Motor Insurance which all cover electric vehicles.
“We will continue to look for ways to make our business more sustainable.”
You can find more information about how RACQ is supporting sustainability here.
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