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RE: [greenyes] Local Recycled Paper Sources


Thanks for your work, Susan.

I don't know about the others on your list, but we can handle orders from
anyone around the country, including small orders.

We ship around the country via ground and common carrier: reams, cartons,
and skids. (Of course, shipping is more reasonable in the East.)

When local sources are not an option or they offer only low recycled
content - we're here for folks.

When the local source is a chain office supply that makes it their business
to sell massive amounts of virgin paper and feature a few recycled items
from time to time - we're here for folks who want to choose a company that
does not sell virgin paper and truely cares about the environment rather
than a corporate bottom line.


Steve Weisser
GreenLine Paper


Stephen N. Weisser, Sales Manager
GreenLine Paper Company, Inc.
631 S. Pine Street
York, PA 17403
717-845-8697
www.greenlinepaper.com
stevew@no.address

-----Original Message-----
From: Susan Kinsella [mailto:seek@no.address]
Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2005 1:51 AM
To: Green Yes List Serve
Subject: [greenyes] Local Recycled Paper Sources


Conservatree lists virtually all the environmental papers available in North
America on our website, along with the mills that make them so that paper
buyers can find out who distributes them in their area. But this works best
for people buying in large quantities. We also have many individuals
contacting us asking where to find the papers in their local communities. So
we want to build a set of pages that drills down to that local level as much
as possible.

Rather than reinvent the wheel, I'd like to start by finding out about any
local listings you might already have or know of. Does your local government
have a listing of recycled paper sources on its website? If so, what is the
URL? Is there a printed guide? If so, how could I get hold of it?

I'm still figuring out what the local source pages will look like, but I
would expect that we would link to any listings already available on other
websites, and ask permission to reprint on our website any guide listings
that are only in print.

Thanks for leads and info!

Susan Kinsella
Executive Director
Conservatree
San Francisco
paper@no.address, seek@no.address
http://www.conservatree.org
http://www.paperlisteningstudy.org







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