Paper is recyclable and renewable. Although there continues to be a lot of discussion on the use of forest products and the impact of this use on the environment, some of the true facts remain obscured.
Organizations like Forest Stewardship Council ® FSC ® manage the growth and harvesting of forests as a renewable resource. Trees are now planted and grown as an agricultural crop. They are harvested, used as products and in many cases recycled. In most cases, the use of paper is more environmentally friendly than the use of petroleum based products such as plastics and their by-products.
Incorporating recycled papers – with high levels of post-consumer content – into your communications projects helps keep a lot of paper out of landfills. Using paper from responsibly or scientifically managed forests goes even further in reducing the damage to our world’s natural resources. In pursuit of this goal, Allegra False Creek has been certified to Forest Stewardship Council ® FSC ® Chain-Of-Custody standards.
At Allegra False Creek, we are keenly aware of our responsibility to help make the Earth a greener, cleaner place to live. We are also aware of what we need to do to reduce our ecological footprint. By working closely with eco-conscious customers like you, we can:
From paper to ink to money and everything in between, recycling saves. Period. It also reduces air pollution and waste to landfills. And that’s a good thing.
Did you know?
Last year, Allegra Vancouver – False Creek recycled 1,143 cubic yards of recycled material. That’s a volume that would fill 572 full sized pick-up trucks! We sequestered 171 tonnes of carbon emissions.
Being a control freak has its advantages. By establishing inventory controls, we reduce waste and save cash.