Tree Free Envelopes for a Greener Business Initiative
Many companies send postal mail to their clients. Whether it’s for confidentially, billing, or marketing postal mail is an avenue to business success. But you’ve just made a commitment to environmental sustainability. How can you keep your business profitable while moving toward this new initiative? Let TrueGreen show you how with tree free envelopes.
There are only a handful of manufactures that use 100 percent treeless materials. TrueGreen is a leader in this type of business. We pride ourselves in tapping alternative paper resources. These resources include sugar cane and bamboo grass.
There are many untold benefits of using sugar cane for the paper making process. Sugar cane offers a natural by-product when it is processed into sugar. It’s called bagasse. Bagasse is found in many household products but you wouldn’t know it. It’s one of the world’s best kept secrets.
Nature’s ‘Hidden Gift’ from Sugar Cane
In fact, bagasse has been used for centuries. That shouldn’t be a surprise considering that sugar cane is the number one agricultural crop harvested in the world. Bagasse is formed when the juice from the sugar cane is extracted. After extraction, it is crushed during the production process. Because it is a natural by-product of sugar production, bagasse is industrially affordable. Now the paper industry has found that it can easily be used for paper production.
How tree free envelopes protect our forests
Although deforestation has decreased over the last two decades, there is still a lot of room for saving the world’s forests. If we can decrease our carbon footprint by reducing our need for paper we can provide a better future for our children and our grand-children.
Take a look at this from an efficient standpoint. A harvestable tree takes about 30 to 40 years to grow before it can be used for pulp. Pulp is the traditional form of paper producing material. Now, take a look at the green alternative: sugar cane can re-flourish for harvest in only 12 months.
Think of not only the cost savings in land use but also a reduction in paper pollution. Paper produced from pulp is highly harmful to the earth’s natural resources. Look at the rivers where pulp paper is made and you will see their rivers are in sorry shape. Now consider the reusability of the resources there are already out there in the form of sugar cane bagasse. Bagasse is already made from the production of sugar cane. Your business can choose to utilize this rich and affordable resource for your tree free envelopes.
Become the Solution
In a world where everyone is conscious of their carbon footprint, using treeless paper makes sense. That’s why TrueGreen has become rapidly popular among businesses and consumers. We make products are durable, functional, and healthy for the environment. They are easily recyclable and not harmful if disposed. By adding tree free envelopes to your inventory, you can feel good about reducing your business’ carbon footprint on nature. That’s good for your business and good for the environment.