Topics Regions
Antipodes
Go Organic

Onyx + Green makes stationery ‘eco-logical’ 

With its motto ‘The Greener the Better’, Canadian based Onyx + Green has established itself as a world leader in ecologically friendly and sustainable stationery, school and office supplies with over 45 unique items across a number of categories. 

Onyx + Green says it is the first brand of its kind to offer a complete range of products from writing to portfolio products, from pencil cases to messenger bags. Another standout feature is its commitment to using a wide variety of materials from post-consumer and post-industrial recycled materials. Other materials used are selected for their strong eco-friendly  credentials – bamboo, stone, corn starch, sugar cane, biodegradable and natural fabrics such as ramie, jute and cotton. 

The company also strives to use recycled materials for its packaging – as well as printing with soy-based ink –  and constantly innovating packaging in order to make it as ‘eco-logical’ as possible. 

Onyx + Green’s current catalogue includes: Eco-Friendly writing products, pens, pencils, coloured pencils, markers, highlighters, erasers, rulers, sharpeners, scissors, rubber bands, calculators, staplers, self adhesive notes, index cards, presentation folders, sheet protectors, dividers, notebooks, journals, binders, pencil pouches, wireless computer mouse, backpacks, satchels and on-trend messenger bags.

 

, , , ,

About the Author

Jim Manson

Writer & Editor
Jim Manson is editor-in-chief of Diversified Communications UK‘s natural and organic publishing portfolio. He’s written widely on environment and development issues for specialist magazines and national media, including the Financial Times, The Guardian, The Times, and World Bank Urban Age

Articles by Jim Manson

Online Profiles:NPGalerts  

Jim Manson
No comments yet.

Comments

Go Organic
Antipodes

Subscribe for your FREE weekly newsletter

Get the latest natural & organic news delivered straight to your inbox every week

NPG Sponsored

More from NPG Sponsored
Antipodes
Go Organic