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What Grows Around Comes Around

From sustainable forestry to responsible disposal, take a closer look at paper’s lifecycle from start to finish.

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  • Marlyne Q. 18 days ago
    I use my Passbook ap on my phone for my airline boarding passes. No more paper ones. Can't lost them either!
  • Karen R. 1 month ago
    You can she wad paper and use it in Easter baskets and in gift bags
  • Cindy B. 1 month ago
    Our local grade schools have dumpsters outside them of to collect recycled paper. They sell the paper to a recycling center. I get to recycle my paper and they kids get the money in return. It's a win win for everybody.
    • Omar S. 11 days ago
      That's an awesome idea... I live across the street from a middle school and I know the principle.... I'll even donate the bins... Thanks for the great idea...
  • Nona w. 1 month ago
    Reuse old envelopes : put your shopping list on used envelopes
  • Maritza A. 1 month ago
    i actually roll my extra paper up into balls and stuff them in my boots to keep the shape & keep them from slugging over !
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