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Presented By: Laura Shore, Mohawk Fine Papers.
Originally aired in September, 2012.
Learn how to run a greener design practice through the use of recycled paper in your printing projects.
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When computers and the promise of the “paperless office” arrived, the opposite occurred. Paper consumption exploded, the use of paper for marketing communications spun out of control, printing presses got faster and cheaper, and mailboxes at home and at work began bursting with mail, as did landfills where paper is 35% of waste and does not decompose.
The use of recycled materials in paper production is the best way to deal with the problem, and Laura Shore of Mohawk paper is helping to lead the way by producing the highest quality paper from post-consumer waste resulting in reduced deforestation, energy conservation and reduction in greenhouse gases.
Learn strategies for creating a greener design.
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