Valley Yellow Pages Continues Tree Planting Program
Next Tuesday, Valley Yellow Pages will be planting 50 new, much needed shade trees at a Templeton elementary school, with hundreds of students participating in the event.
This is a continuing effort by Valley to demonstrate first hand that they are an environmentally conscious company. Templeton has been selected as one of several communities around California where Valley Yellow Pages is planting trees.
Of note in the company press release was”
Virgin timber is virtually never used to make directory paper. The books are typically comprised of recycled materials with the remainder of the needed fiber provided by the residue of making squared boards out of round trees in the lumber-making process. 100% of the fiber is certified to come from sustainably managed forests. Directories are also produced with nontoxic glue and printed with inks containing soy and/or vegetable oils.
Kudos to Valley for this effort