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Thursday, April 2, 2009

100% Cotton = The Greenest Paper



Crane Paper, 100% Cotton: The Definitive Collection
has been labeled the “greenest paper” due to the fact that zero trees or wood fibers go into producing the paper since it is made entirely of cotton.

Not only is the paper 100% cotton, but no cotton is even grown to make it. It all comes from fibers left over during industrial cotton processing. And because there’s no lignin in cotton, no dioxin is created as a by-product.

The new swatchbook is designed by C&G partner Emanuela Frigerio and is produced of nothing but cotton as well. Peak over to their website to learn more about the environmental aspects of Crane & Co.’s cotton collection.

Interior of swatchbook:


via Swissmiss:

posted by Oberholtzer Creative Staff at 6:00 am  

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