In honor of Earth Day 2019, here is a review of the benefits of paper recycling.
On Monday, April 22, 2019, we celebrate Earth Day as a reminder of the great strides we’ve made and what we must continue to do to help save our planet.
Earth Day started in the 1970s and is now a worldwide event. It is an opportunity to educate and advocate for environmental protection. It is also a reminder of what we can do globally to improve our ecosystem.
Today, more than 193 countries celebrate this important day.
According to the American Forest & Paper Association, U.S. paper recovery for recycling reached a record 65.8 percent in 2017.
We are dedicating this post to celebrating Earth Day to remind our readers about the benefits of paper recycling and why it remains a key focus for businesses across the world.
One of the major reasons to recycle paper is its environmental benefits. In addition to saving energy, cutting the size of landfills and improving our water sources, paper recycling also helps to reduce greenhouse emissions.
For businesses, the need to cut costs is in constant demand. Paper recycling can be beneficial. Together, the use of sustainable materials and less manufacturing time can help to reduce costs. These cost savings are passed down to the end-user.
One of the greatest things about paper recycling is all of the great repurposed products made today thanks the recycled matter. Paper is reused to make more paper, including toilet tissue, postcards, napkins, egg cartons, boxes, and more.
This Earth Day, make an effort to clear the clutter from your office. Call a document shredding and disposal company to help in your efforts to improve your environmental impact.
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