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We offer several types of recycled paper for envelopes, letterhead and
business cards made with a percentage of post-consumer or
pre-consumer recycled content. Recycled paper is great for the
environmentally conscious customer who wants to demonstrate
his or her organization’s environmental awareness.
Soy-based inks are used for all envelope and letterhead printing at
Curtis 1000. Completely hazard-free, the use of soy-based ink
contributes to our goal of reducing the impact we make on our
environment. We offer you the option to use the “Printed with
Soy Ink” emblem on your stationery.
What better way to show your environmental awareness than with a
green promotional product from Curtis 1000? Padfolios, drinkware,
pens, note pads and bags are just a few of the environmentally
friendly products we offer that are made from recycled or
biodegradable materials. These are a great green marketing tool
for tradeshows, career fairs, or internal promotions.
We offer a wide variety of shirts, hats, and fleeces made from
environmentally friendly materials such as recycled plastic bottles,
organic cotton, bamboo, and even coconut shells to be imprinted
or embroidered with your organization’s logo.
Use FSC Certified Papers!
and economically viable management of the world’s forests.
The FSC is a proven system that ensures that your paper is harvested and produced in an environmentally and socially responsible way. Printing on FSC-certified papers and envelopes saves forests, protects wildlife habitats, keeps water clean and protects the rights of local communities and aboriginal peoples worldwide.
The FSC checkmark and tree logo is a valuable asset to your documents, and allows you to demonstrate your company’s environmental stand and promote a greener, more eco-conscious image to your target audience.
Strengthen your brand and promote your environmental initiatives through the use of FSC-certified papers. Allow Curtis 1000 to build your letterhead, envelopes, and business cards with the use of the FSC logo.
Find out more about the Forest Stewardship Council at www.fsc.org