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The Myth: Print and paper is a wasteful product.

The Myth: Print and paper is a wasteful product.

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In addition to the sustainable advantage of being made from a renewable resource, paper is the most recycled product in the world. Since we began tracking how much paper gets recycled In the United States back in 1990, the recovery rate for used paper has increased dramatically. We’re not only recovering more, but we now know how to get the most environmental and...

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Don’t Print This Email

Don’t Print This Email

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We’ve all seen the message. Tucked neatly into emails, between a friendly signoff and an inspirational quote, it advises readers to think about the environment before they print — and suggests that if they still choose to hit the big green button, they’ll be striking a major blow to our nation’s forests. But how many of us have hovered our cursors over the word...

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Recycled Paper Myths – Why it matters

Recycled Paper Myths – Why it matters

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The paper/pulp industry is the third largest contributor of pollution in the industrialized world. Water is used in the process of making paper, in fact, so much water that the paper/pulp industry is the largest consumer and polluter of water. The paper industry is brutal on the environment of our planet: Cutting trees pollutes waterways and wreaks havoc on the...

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Print Grows Trees

Print Grows Trees

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Renew Your Ideas About Print Print on paper gives landowners a reason to grow trees. More than half of all U.S. forestland is owned privately. Private landowners decide the fate of these forests. Many require an income from their land, and when a working forest cannot make money, the land is often put to another use. Research shows that 55 million acres of private...

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How does using paper lead to more trees?

How does using paper lead to more trees?

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If America’s private landowners can’t make money as tree farmers, many will turn to other income sources for the land. The U.S. could lose 44 million acres of forest to development in the next 30 years. What can be done? Understand Forest Ownership Land provides social, recreational and financial benefits. It can generate revenue for owners in many ways — one of the...

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