Replacing Boxes With Bags, Office Depot Tries to Save 20,000 Trees

August 3, 2011 by  
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Image: Screenshot via Office Depot Office Depot says it expects to save 3.5 million pounds of wood-based resources by offering to deliver orders in paper bags instead of boxes—which will also eliminate the use of those plastic ‘air-pillows’ that you can almost never repurpose once you’ve opened your package. The program, GreenerOffice Delivery Service , uses bags made with 40% post-consumer recycled content. Those come wrapped in what Office Depot calls a reusable plastic tote, mad… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Replacing Boxes With Bags, Office Depot Tries to Save 20,000 Trees

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