ReBinder Nominated for Best Office Products in North America

June 21, 2010

Hi all, We're very pleased about the below and thought we should share.  It's really an important moment for those that make responsible products.  There's a quote in from David which points out how this nomination proves that responsible products CAN thrive in the mainstream.  Thanks to all of our customers past, present and future.  There's a lot more where this came from and we're excited to continue innovating. See below for the full release. Cheers.

Office Products International Recognizes ReBinder for More Than Sustainability

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SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwire - June 15, 2010) -  ReBinder™, the maker of zero waste office products, has been nominated by Office Products International (OPI) for the 2010 Best Core Office Product award. OPI selected ReBinder products for their innovation, design, and functionality. The winners will be named at the OPI North American Office Product Awards on June 24th in Miami, Florida.

The nomination for best core office product demonstrates ReBinder's ability to transcend the sustainable space and proves that responsible products can thrive in the mass market. With a recyclable line of traditional office products designed to be zero waste throughout the product lifecycle, ReBinder has proven that doing the right thing doesn't need to cost more, or function less. "Breaking out of the 'green' category through recognition as one of the top core products in the market should be a wakeup call to fellow manufacturers.

ReBinder's nomination elevates the discussion on how office products can be responsibly manufactured to maintain balance between a healthy environment, human beings and the balance sheet," said David Stober, Chief Executive Officer of ReBinder. "Drastic changes are necessary for the office product industry to contain and reverse the environmental damage it has created with its legacy products. We appreciate OPI for demonstrating their support of this change through this nomination."


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