Rachel Ray Switches To Recycled Paper
“Starting this month, we’re printing our magazine on recycled paper and saving 11,500 trees with every issue – that’s 115,000 trees a year!” Ray wrote in the November issue’s editor’s note.
The chlorine free recycled paper is 10 percent post-consumer waste and 85 percent post-printing waste. The company also switched paper mills, reducing the distance between the mill and the printer by some 900 miles, reducing emissions.
Energy Manager News
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- IRRC Jettisons Pennsylvania PUC’s Controversial Cap on Net Metering
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- MIT Develops Promising New Battery Storage Technology
- India Launches Net-Zero Building Portal
- Companies Cooperating on Waste-to-Energy Projects
- Clean Energy Commitment in the Corporate and Local Small Business Sphere
- Xcel Asks for $90M ‘Switching Fee’ If Lubbock Utility Joins ERCOT