Paper Recycling: International Paper Makes It Easy to be Green
Recycling is the right thing to do, but finding the resources and putting a program in place can be tricky. Now, Memphis, Tennessee-based International Paper’s Hammermill brand is making it easier by offering custom recycling solutions for customers.
When customers purchase Hammermill Paper, International Paper develops custom recycling programs for their companies. “We work with the National Recycling Coalition to identify best-in-class service providers in a given area, and together we develop turnkey paper-recycling plan customized exclusively those individual companies,” said Tim Whelan, Hammermill brand manager. “Recycling can enhance a company’s image as a responsible corporate citizen, improve morale among employees who take pride in recycling and even lower overhead expenses by reducing waste-disposal costs. It just makes good economic and environmental sense.”
Making an environmentally responsible paper choice has become a vital part of doing business in today’s marketplace. As one of the world’s largest papermakers, International Paper’s entire business depends on the sustainability of the forest. The company is dedicated to sustainability, forest certification, environmental conservation and recycling, and has a long-standing policy of using no wood from endangered forests.
To learn more, visit www.internationalpaper.com.