Thursday, September 10, 2009

ecosystem line: barnes & noble

Barnes & Noble, Inc. the world’s largest bookseller has partnered with Sterling Publishing, its publishing subsidiary, to create EcoSystem -- the first collection of journals and planners made of 100% post-consumer waste, 100% made in the USA, 100% recycleable in trendy, non “green” colors like watermelon, lagoon, kiwi and clementine. The most intriguing part of this product, is the ability to trace the eco-correct manufacturing and materials of each journal through a registry number on line, to advice on how recycle it when the last page is filled.

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Anonymous Finley said...

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1:46 AM  
Anonymous Kirsten@Nexyoo said...

Cool! I love these colors, and the product tracking system is a great idea.

12:37 PM  

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