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[GreenYes] [greenyes] Conservatree Listening Study Question 5

Thanks very much to those of you who responded to our Listening Study Questions 1-4!

As a quick reminder, I have been sending questions to this listserv once a week for the past several weeks as part of Conservatree's Environmental Paper Industry Listening Study (you can read more about the study at http://www.conservatree.com/learn/ListenSnapshot/Listen.shtml or http://www.papercoalition.org/survey.html.)  This is the second-to-last question in the series.

You can respond to the listserv as a whole if you’re interested in dialogue, or to me personally (rpc@econet.org) if you’d rather.  Please let us know if we can use your name or organization name in our report.

Question 5 (this question has several parts; you can answer each individually, or address the whole topic):

5)  Is chlorine-free virgin paper a good environmental alternative, or should chlorine-free always be combined with other environmental characteristics?

 

--Should papers be developed with only one environmental attribute, or should they be combined? 

 

--Is there an appropriate hierarchy of preferred environmental contents?

 

--What, in your opinion, would be the optimal content standard for papers, featuring one or more of the available fiber options (virgin wood fiber, postconsumer recycled fiber, agricultural crops and/or residues, sustainably forested wood fiber)? 

 

 

Again, when you respond, please let us know if we can use your name or organization name in our report.

Thank you for your time.  Your input is greatly appreciated.

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Darby Hoover                          rpc@econet.org
Executive Director                 www.papercoalition.org
Recycled Paper Coalition

 


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