On the Sappi Fine Paper website, the classic chasing-arrows recycling logo is revisited with alternative creations. The logos are freely available for download in several languages.
A please recycle message doesnt have to be the ubiquitous chasing arrows weve all seen. In fact, it can be any interpretation of the message you can think of. This is a great opportunity to flex your creative muscle while helping the planet. Put a please recycle label, claim or message in a prominent place on your printed materials. We know real estate on printed materials is preciousbut so is our planet!
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