Major Brand-name Companies Remove Anti-paper Claims From Marketing Campaigns
September 27, 2016 at 6:08 pm

Two Sides just scored another victory in its battle against greenwashing. Last week, the independent nonprofit organization confirmed that more than 65 leading North American companies, including several Fortune 100 companies serving the financial, telecom and utilities sectors, have removed inaccurate anti-paper claims after conversations with Two Sides representatives...

Making the Grade
August 30, 2016 at 6:20 pm

In January 2015, Verso Corp., a paper products supplier based in Memphis, Tenn., completed the acquisition of NewPage Holdings Inc., a once-leading producer of printing and specialty papers, headquartered in Miamisburg, Ohio. The transaction, valued at approximately $1.4 billion...

Survey Says: The Majority of U.S. Consumers Still Value Paper
July 26, 2016 at 7:58 pm

A recent study commissioned by Two Sides took a closer look at how U.S. consumers view corporate initiatives that promote digital-only communications by eliminating paper-based options. The results are in, and according to the survey...

Flesh Co Joins Two Sides
June 28, 2016 at 7:23 pm

Flesh Co, St. Louis, is now a member of the Two Sides organization. The Two Sides initiative promotes the sustainability of print and paper, and dispels common environmental misconceptions by providing users with factual information on why print...

Royal Apparel Aims to Increase Eco-friendly Collection
May 3, 2016 at 2:36 pm

Royal Apparel, Hauppauge, N.Y., announced its initiative to increase its selection of eco-friendly knitwear in the marketplace. It currently has more than 50 eco-friendly options in women’s, men’s and children’s styles, and continually makes additions...

GPA Offers Plastic & Synthetic Film Recycling Guide
February 1, 2012

Headquartered in McCook, Ill., GPA has announced a new tool designed to help customers navigate the many options they have when selecting a synthetic film: GPA’s Plastic & Synthetic Film Recycling Guide.

No Stone Unturned
October 1, 2011

Paper hasn't always had the best reputation. In fact, it is the largest component of solid waste in landfills and it uses up vast quantities of trees—which doesn't help its case.

Print Grows Trees
October 1, 2011

Printed paper isn't the enemy. In fact, printed paper is made from a renewable resource. Trees can be replanted in places where they were harvested and also in places where they don't currently grow. The same can't be said for electronic devices.