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I’ve been planning to get business cards for a long time now, if for no other reason than to share with the Greenpeace folks I quite frequently see on the streets here in Wroclaw (and maybe also to place in all the great vegetarian & vegan restaurants and health food stores in the city).
The company offers business cards that use vegetable- and soy-based inks, and it offers cards with post-consumer recycled content.
If you’re interested in exploring such cards, take a look at these cheap business cards by Uprinting. And let us know if you know of some other good options! I’ll be looking around and will keep you updated.
I see soy ink all over the place these days, and it’s of course advertised as green, but I had never really looked into why it’s green until just now. I found some interesting points via a Green Wiki on the subject:
Of course, we all know why post-consumer recycled paper is better — it keeps us from having to cut down trees!
So, next time you get some business cards, make sure they use soy ink and post-consumer recycled paper.
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