The Naked Binder: Recycled, Recyclable Folders For the Green Office

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Made from 100 percent recycled board (97 percent post-consumer waste) and completely recyclable, The Naked Binder's range of no-frills ring binders are designed to last forever—well OK, 10 years, but for office supplies, it might as well be an eternity. The folders' durability was confirmed by an independent lab that subjected the hinges to flex tests of more than 50,000 openings and closings, with no discernible change, according to the company.
Available in four styles—Naked, Wrapped (graphite-gray boards), Project (colored spines), and Architect (landscape format)—the binders contain no vinyl, plastic, or toxic chemicals, so you can keep your home sweet home office pristine—and hopefully, better organized. Prices range from $8 to $15.

The Naked Binder is a member of 1% For the Planet and donates a portion of its profits to protecting wild spaces.

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