Rite in the Rain: Defying - and respecting - Mother NatureRite in the Rain all-weather writing products are made to survive the harshest of environments Mother Nature can serve up. The revered notebooks are found in the damp pockets of Taylor Shellfish employees working on Puget Sound and in the seasoned backpacks of mountain guides scaling the Himalayas.
“Washington is green in color and in conscience,” says Jim Kopriva, product manager for the 100-year-old Tacoma printer. “Like so many other Washington businesses, we work every day to protect the environment.”
Sixteen years ago, the company took the initiative to convert from solvent to water-based inks and became emissions free. Their sustainably-sourced paper is 100 percent recyclable.
Mountain guide and adventure writer Charlotte Austin (read about her latest adventures on her website) is an avid fan of the earth-friendly notebooks. “I work a lot in the mountains around the Northwest. Rite in the Rain takes care of the environment I love.”
Rite in the Rain: Defying (and respecting) Mother Nature since 1916. We’ve taken note.
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