What’s Old Is New
The DPR Review begins using 100 percent recycled paper stock
While the DPR Review prides itself on covering news that is truly new—including our involvement in emerging and evolving industry trends such as building information modeling and sustainable construction—we’ve decided to introduce something old into the Review: the paper on which it’s printed.
If you get a hard copy of the Review, the issue you are holding was published on paper that is made of 100 percent post-consumer recycled waste. In other words, no new trees (and no old-growth trees) were cut down to produce this newsletter.
What’s in it for us? We help reduce our carbon footprint and save an enormous number of resources by using 100 percent recycled paper. (See the accompanying Environmental Benefits Statement for a count per issue of resources saved.)
The DPR Review will continue to use only soy-based inks.
Posted on June 9, 2011
Last Updated August 23, 2022