Southwest Bindings has been an advocate of responsible environmental conservation for a very long time. A top brand in the office supplies and stationery industry, Southwest Bindings strengthens its commitment to the noble cause of the environmental protection with the Forest Stewardship Council certification. Its eco-friendly practices have become the symbol of its operations.
The company also has an extensive recycling program. The brand has been affiliating with Hanna Paper Fibres since 2001 to recycle, reprocess and reuse all of its paper and cardboard scraps. This recycling initiative has helped Southwest Bindings to save 27,755 trees and 131,384 cubic feet of landfill space in total. The company had conducted research and found out that it takes 19 trees to make 2200lbs of paper and 90 cubic feet to dispose of it. On the basis of this derivation, they had calculated how much they could save through their recycling program. The company has decided to continue with this program even in the future.
Southwest Bindings has been flooded with praises and appreciations for its recycling initiative from their customers who like being able to contribute directly to environmental conservation.
For the longest time, Southwest Bindings was finding it hard to endorse the environmental practices of its suppliers. The brand now sources raw materials from companies that abide by the eco-friendly best practices to constructively contribute to forest conservation and sustainability.
Thanks to its recycling program, there has been an upsurge in environmental awareness among both the people who work for the company and its customers across Canada. This growing awareness enhances opportunities to promote a healthier environment for future generations.