Recycled Binders by Sustainable Group

Recycled Binders by Sustainable Group

as owner of about a zillion vinyl binders, i am kicking myself hard for finding these sooner. if you must keep papers around (as i must), be sure to keep them all in these recycled/recyclable binders! a clever idea that i hope spreads to other manufacturers. from what i can tell, these must be purchased in bulk.

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