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Imagine an office building - people in red ties, gray suits and button down shirts, slitting their best friend's throat for a promotion, driving needlessly juiced up luxury vehicles and drinking it all away in the evening. Now who in such a chintsy scratch-for-dime world could possibly give a solitary Cleveland Steamer about the environment? Rebinder, that's who. Taking view of the fact that over 500 tons of PVC is dumped into landfills every year, Rebinder decided somebody ought to take the moral high ground and thumbed their nose at an irresponsible industry by producing the only truly waste free office products available. Rebinder is the biggest green office supply manufacturer in the world. What makes it different?
  • One of the highest quality office supply products available.
  • Rebinder covers can be replaced, saving more than half the cost of a vinyl binder.
  • The only FSC certified manufacturer of 3-ring, zero waste binders and office supplies on the market.
  • Much easier to write 'who hearts who' on recycled cardboard than on vinyl. vs. primary competitors (sites similar to

These fully recyclable three ring binders come in around a buck and a half more expensive than the average vinyl binder. But for any green-minded individual willing to do a little extra work for the sake of a cleaner planet, the cardboard cover can be replaced when the old one wears out. You just hang on to the metal tree-ring spine and attach the replacement cover to it for about half the price of any other binder.

Other green office supply purveyors include Waldeck and Dolphin Blue. While both use recycled materials, there are still a lot of plastic, vinyl and PVC in their products, and no matter how many times this stuff gets recycled it only takes one dufus in the loop to throw in into a landfill. Both company's products are made of vinyl, plastic and PVC, which (unless you're a Factoidz editor) is probably unacceptable to you if you've read this far. Both company's products will last as long as any other 3-ring binder, that is, about a semester or three to four months. Product images & screenshots Coupons
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Rebinder's products are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, the two most prevalent auditors of green programs in the nation. This company is so confident in their mission and the quality of their products that they adorn their wares with no frills whatsoever. These plain brown binders, cover tabs, presentation folders, media sleeves, composition books, and office labels are sure to be seen coming out of hemp-woven backpacks at the University of Santa Cruz, CA. And the spartan appearance of these products is making an impact on business culture as well with little more effort than that needed to make a fashion statement.

Last year Office Products International nominated Rebinder's for the Best Office Products in North America award not only for their eco-friendliness but for functionality and design. This proves that when you buy Rebinder products, you won't just be paying for the right to be smug, you'll be getting a high-quality organizational product. Rebinder's major clientele include Climate Project, the City of Seattle and L.L. Bean. When founder Brad Hole got the job of supplying Al Gore's Climate Project he said; "If you’re teaching this class and handing out collateral materials, it should be our product. This first case is on us,and the next is on your conscience." Puget Sound Business Journal 2 Jan. 2009

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