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Ethical Office: The Green Stationery Company

by | Oct 31, 2019 | Ethical Accreditation

Established 30 years ago, The Green Stationery Company is the UK’s original recycled paper and green office supplier and is one the founding member-companies to attain independent Ethical Accreditation from The Ethical Company Organisation in 2004!

The Green Stationery Company selects products that are environmentally benign or have environmental advantages over the standard stationery equivalents.   They stock an extensive range of products for the eco office – from recycled string to glue sticks made from almonds and potato starch.

The Green Stationery Company is a pioneering family run environmental business – which is kept as small as possible in order to achieve the lowest ecological footprint.

Their full range of products can be purchased directly from the website (where ‘fuel offsetting’ is available on deliveries) and there is also a plethora of information about environmental issues in the office and how these can be tackled – like long-life products vs. disposable short-life plastic products, non-toxic and palm oil certified products, recycled paper, sustainable forestry and much more – see the Eco Issues section of their website for further information.

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