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Posted on: January 14, 2011

Not sure how or where to recycle paper (or other products) in your area?

We stumbled upon a cool website…

The site is very easy to use and provides links to recycling information, by category.  There is a brief description about the category, along with links to related articles.  Users enter their zip code and voila! provides users with nationwide outreach to find recycling locations nearest to them (every zip code in the country is covered) for whatever it is they wish to recycle. Through its iPod App, website and 1-800-Recycling phone service, users are directed to responsible recyclers of electronics, tires, oil, paint, glass, plastic, wood, mattresses, carpet, junk — almost anything that can be recycled. Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronics and e-waste, is the parent company of” -Businesswire

See our previous posts to learm more about paper recycling and more


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Posted on: December 3, 2010

Q:  How can I learn more about recycling?

A:  Here are some links:

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.

How to reduce paper waste by purchasing blank, print your own products

About our recycled products: What’s available?

Practical tips: how our office handles recycling

Learn the rules of paper recycling

What are the easiest products to recycle?

Recycling Comes to a Post Office Near You

How many times can you recycle a piece of paper?

What happens if I put the wrong thing in the recycling bin?

There is also an online resource called RecycleBank, which provides rewards for recycling and being environmentally conscious.


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Posted on: November 12, 2010

 Burris Computer Forms ® provider of Print-Your-Own (SM) postcards and shipping labels, announces the addition of Olde Parchment and Lovely Lilac to the company’s Jumbo Print-On-Demand Postcards™ line.

Burris Jumbo Print-On-Demand Postcards™ are 8 ½” x 5 1/2” and can provide a large canvas for users to print whatever message or artwork they choose. The postcards are two per page on an 8 ½” x 11” sheet with a micro perforation for easy separating. John Amburn, Operations Manager said, “The addition of Olde Parchment and Lovely Lilac to our available Jumbo Postcard line provides our customers with additional inexpensive choices for their marketing and messaging needs. It will help a message stand out in a sea of white envelopes, easy to see and ready to read.” The Olde Parchment and Lovely Lilac postcards are made from 30% post-consumer recycled content and can be printed using inkjet or laser printers, as well as copiers. The Print-On-Demand Postcards™ can be used for several different mailings throughout the year – users can print as few or as many as needed, with “No wait. No waste.” (SM)


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Posted on: August 12, 2010

Last week, we told you about SFI and FSC certified recycled papers.


We offer blank postcards, double postcards, doorhangers, hangers, greeting cards, inserts, notecards, tags, and trifold mailers, made from recycled content.


View over 50 products which are made from 10%, 30%, or 100% recycled content.


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