In 2013, the Enterprise Group of Jackson, Inc. enlisted Envirologic to research and draft a comprehensive "vision" report on potential redevelopment uses of the ACME and Zoerman-Clark site, located in Jackson, Michigan. The report serves as an outreach/marketing tool for prospective site developers.
Given the enormity of the nearly 1400-page document (which required two 4-inch binders), Envirologic developed a unique and sustainable approach to deliver the final product to community and business leaders. Rather than tote around two large binders for each stakeholder or consume several reams of paper, the solution saved shelf space and fits in the palm of your hand.
The final report was presented on a USB bamboo flash drive in an eco-friendly box (with card), produced with recycled material. The folded cardstock insert is printed on 100% recycled paper generated with hydroelectricity. Unlike many materials used in consumer products, bamboo is renewable, durable, chemical-free and naturally biodegradable.
Here are some quick facts on this sustainable strategy:
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