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Recycling looks especially good on paper.

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An impact to write home about

The environmental benefits of paper recycling are immense. Recycling one ton of paper can save 380 gallons of oil, 7,000 gallons of water, and enough energy to power the average U.S. home for six months. And because paper can be broken down and reused up to seven times, it’s also good for business. Diverting paper from the landfill can reduce your waste costs dramatically—especially if your business churns through a lot of it.

  • Recycled paper production uses 26% less energy than production from fresh pulp
  • Recycled paper production emits 40% less greenhouse gas
  • Recycled paper production requires 43% less waste water
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Save trees and save money

From protecting forests to curbing climate, recycled paper use is essential for sustainability—and it’s an easy way to save costs. Talk with one of our experts today, and together we’ll build a cost-efficient process to recycle all the paper in your waste basket.

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