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Our commitment to quality art and sustainability
Tree-Free was founded in 1999 with the goal of being the most transparent, most environmentally friendly greeting card company.
By printing on 100% post-consumer recycled paper, we are saving 2,405 mature trees, 1,121,858 gallons of water, 1,078 million BTUs of energy, 75,098 pounds of solid waste, and 206,850 pounds of greenhouse gases a year! (Calculations based on research by Environmental Defence Fund & other members of the Paper Task Force).
Not only are our papers processed chlorine free, but they’re Green-e certified, and made with electricity generated from wind power. Not to be outdone, our envelope paper is produced from 80% reclaimed wheat straw, an agricultural by product.
Carbon Neutral Goal - By investing in wind energy, our paper suppliers are reducing our impact on the environment as well as aiding the growth of this emission-free, renewable energy.
Environmentally sourced sustainable paper fibres - Our paper suppliers are required to provide documentation demonstrating sound environmental practices and responsible forestry management. If the wood pulp comes from a forest that has been certified for FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) standards, we can be sure that the natural resource has been managed responsibly.
No chlorine bleach in paper - All Tree-Free virgin fiber paper is "elemental chlorine free" (ECF). ECF pulps greatly reduce harmful by-products. Our 100% recycled papers meet the more rigorous standards for Process Chlorine Free (PCF) coding. PCF paper is made with fiber recycled from post-consumer waste and is unbleached or bleached without chlorine compounds. PCF paper is the most environmentally preferable type.
Thanks for going Tree-Free. Every purchase of a Tree-Free product you are saving tress and supporting our GREEN mission! By using recycled paper, we keep our forests tree-full. That’s more trees creating shade, producing the air we breathe, and absorbing harmful greenhouse gases. This limited edition product was made in New England by a family owned bindery that has been in operation for over 50 years. And with your help, for a long time to come.