Doing out best to preserve our natural resources will ensure future generations will be allotted the same opportunities and access we enjoy today. These Think Before You Print slogans remind you to be conscience about using paper and do your part to reduce waste.
Act Like You Live Here.
Be Green Keep it on the Screen.
Be Green Leave it on the Screen.
Clean and Green.
CONSERVATION for the future GENERATION.
Conservation: Doing more with less.
Conserve today. Use tomorrow.
Did You Know 17 Trees Make 1 Ton of Paper?
Do You Need to Print?
Do you really need to print that?
Don’t be mean Go green.
Don’t Be Mean, Be Green.
Don’t take that seventh napkin. Make a bit less mess!
Easier saving paper than planting trees.
Get into the Green Scene.
Give green a chance.
Go green or go home.
Green Is the New Black.
It is Simpler saving paper than planting trees.
It pays to be green.
It’s nifty to be thrifty: save paper!
It’s not easy being green.
Join the green side.
Lets cut carbs – Our carbon footprint that is!
Live Green, Love Green, Think Green.
Make Conservation a Habit.
Make Trees. Not Stumps.
Money grows on trees: Recycle paper
Paper: In an office an hour, forever in a landfill.
Please consider the environment before printing.
Put your mind into planning today. Look into the future.
Recycle each and every day, instead of throwing paper and plastic away.
Reuse old news!
Save Paper Save Environment.
Save Paper! Think Before You Print.
Save Paper. Save Trees.
Smells like green spirit.
The choice is yours- Save it or Waste it.
There is no Planet B.
They kill good trees to put out bad newspapers.
Think Before You Decide to Print.
Think….Before You Print.
To Sit in the Shade, You Have to Save Paper First.
What would nature do?
When the going gets tough, the tough go green.
Will Work for Trees.
Write Off Paper – Go Electronic!
Your planet needs you.
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