Samsill Earth's Choice Round Ring Eco-friendly View Binder - 1" Binder Capacity - Letter - 8 1/2" x
Item Number: SAM16937
Our Price: $3.89 / EA (savings $4.30)
Quantity in Stock: 1,125
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- Combined biobased and recycled properties offer a perfect balance of sustainability benefits
- Composed of at least 69% biobased material
- Cover made with 25% plant-based renewable material
- USDA Certified Biobased Product
- Chipboard is made with recycled material
Earth's Choice view binder is PVC-free, acid-free and archival safe. Ring is removable for easy recycling and mounted on the back lid to help pages lie flat and to reduce wear on paper. D-ring holds up to 25 percent more sheets than standard round rings. 1" capacity holds approximately 250 sheets. Clear overlay on front, back and spine allows easy customization. Two inside clear pockets offer extra storage for loose documents. A portion of proceeds from each binder purchased is donated to American Forests to help plant a minimum of 7,500 trees annually.
Manufacturer: Samsill Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number: 16937
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.samsill.com
Product Name: Earth's Choice Round Ring Eco-friendly View Binder
Packaged Quantity: 1 Each
Binder Capacity: 1"
Sheet Capacity: 250
Sheet Standard: Letter
Sheet Size: 8 1/2" Width x 11" Length
Fastener Type: D-Ring
Fastener Location: Back-mounted
Fastener Material: Metal
Total Number of Pockets: 2
Features: Archival-safe,Clear Overlay,Locking Ring,Reusable,One Touch Ring,Acid-free
Certifications & Standards
ASTM D5511 Environmentally Friendly
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