Most communities, households and businesses are fully on board with the practice of recycling any and all items accepted by their local recycling centers.  In fact, in 2010, Americans recycled 63.5% of the paper products we used.  In the area of paper consumption, Americans are making progress in recovery and recycling of paper products, but how many of us are consciously purchasing recycled paper products, thus closing the paper recycling loop? 

CarbonFree® Business Partner GreenLine Paper Company helps businesses and individuals by providing direct access to a diverse line of recycled and tree-free business papers and office products.  Their goal is to help people close the recycling loop with 100% post-consumer recycled letterhead stationery and envelopes, filing supplies, toner cartridges, recycled plastic pens, disk media and even an earth-friendly correction fluid. 

Purchasing products made from recycled materials helps to support recycling efforts and to increase the availability of recycled products while reducing their costs.  This is the same theory that Carbonfund.org supports in advancing the development of energy efficiency projects and renewable energy sources, by funding those efforts with donations from our individual donors and business partners.

GreenLine Paper furthers this mission with an e-newsletter and a blog with tips and advice about reducing paper consumption and choosing recycled paper and office products.  And GreenLine Paper maintains a commitment to reducing its own operational emissions with Carbonfund.org.

"We are interested in doing our part to help offset carbon emissions. We have been an environmental paper and office products company since 1992 and strongly want to see positive efforts succeed to preserve our precious environment," asserts Stephen Baker, President of GreenLine Paper Company.

We’re pleased to partner with GreenLine Paper Company and to work with a like-minded business in pursuing daily choices that lower energy consumption and waste, while supporting the development of alternative energy sources and the protection of forestland through recycled product solutions.

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