Samsill earth's choice view binder round ring white .5" must buy 6. Earth's choice biodegradable binders are made using an all natural organic additive. The polypropylene cover is formulated to biodegrade in microbial landfills within 5 years versus the hundreds of years it take normal plastic. All contents are 100% recyclable. Completely reusable with unlimited shelf-life. Customizable clear overlay on front back and spine will not stick or lift copy. Acid-free archival and environmentally-safe polypropylene. This binder is designed with removable ring metals. Two clear inside pockets for storing additional loose papers. Rings mounted on back lid so pages lay flat. Made to degrade - environmentally safe polypropylene cover is specially formulated to biodegrade in microbial landfill in 1-5 years** vs. The hundreds of years it takes normal plastic. Removable rings makes binders 100% recyclable. Chipboard is made from 100% recycled material. A portion of proceeds from each binder purchased is donated to american forest to help plant a minimum of 7 500 trees annually. California notice: california law prohibits any form of biodegradable degradable or decomposable labeling claims on plastic packaging and plastic products. As required by this law samsill does not make any such claims for its packaging and products offered for sale in california; nor does samsill intend to imply to any customer in california that its products will breakdown in a landfill. White.
Recycled Content: 100% Chipboard
|Manufacturer Part Number||I08917|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.samsill.com|
|Product Line||Earth's Choice|
|Product Name||Earth's Choice Ring Binder|
|Packaged Quantity||6 / Pack|
|Product Type||Ring Binder|
|Fastener Type||Round Ring|
|Total Number of Pockets||2|
- Clear Overlay
- Lay Flat
|ProductTitle||Samsill Earth's Choice Ring Binder - 1/2" Binder Capacity - Round Ring Fastener - 2 Internal Pocket(s) - Polypropylene, Chipboard - White - Recycled - 6 / Pack|
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday, March 21, 2017.