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I've heard that recycling is eco-friendly. Is this recycled?

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The paper in Whitelines’ pads comes from wood; thinnings from managed forests in southern Sweden and saw mill chips. Managed forests are harvested and planted; thus renewed all the time. Being a country with long traditions in forestry, pulp & paper, the renewal of forests is an integrated and natural process. Nymolla Mill, where Whitelines’ paper is produced, is certified in accordance with Chain of Custody FSC and PEFC.

 

0,124 kg of Carbon Footprint; means nothing to me?

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– “When we first started with this it didn’t mean a thing to us either, but we thought we had to start somewhere and soon realised that we could actually make a change”. (Olof Hansson, inventor)

– 10 miles with a big car emits about 4-5 kg CO2. A hamburger meal about 2-3 kg.

– At Whitelines, we make a serious effort to decrease our carbon footprint. It’s clearly stated on each notebook how much emission of CO2 that specific pad has led to. Whitelines is probably the first vendor in the world to adequately calculate and communicate this environmental stress.

But don't they use a lot of ink?

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The amount of ink used to create the background tint is comparable to the amount of ink used to create ordinary black or grey lines on white paper; imagine that you take a line and ?smear? it out to become tint instead.

 

Why is this eco-friendly?

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Whitelines’ notebooks are made in Sweden, with very low environmental stress in all parts of the production/logistics chain. The paper mill does not emit any carbon dioxide, so the paper used in the pads has an exceptional environmental record.

Custom edition

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Whitelines, available in custom editions, enhances the corporate identity of leading brands and makes a clear statement for improving both creativity and the environment.