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Recycling and redesigning logos

a designer"s guide to refreshing and rethinking design

by Michael Hodgson

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Published by Rockport Publishers in Beverly, Mass .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

Other titlesDesigner"s guide to refreshing and rethinking design
StatementMichael Hodgson with Matthew Porter
ContributionsPorter, Matthew
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNC1002.L63 H63 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24580598M
ISBN 101592536115
ISBN 109781592536115
LC Control Number2010014333
OCLC/WorldCa555627440

Custom recycling Logos. Be inspired by these 1, recycling Logos - Get your own perfect recycling logo design at DesignCrowd! Page 2. Entire book printed on recycled paper 11/11 Funding for this booklet was provided by Pinellas County Solid Waste. Produced in cooperation with Pinellas County Communications. 25, copies were printed at a cost of $7, or $ each. Pinellas County complies with the Americans Disability Act. To obtain accessible formats of this.

Compostable. Products certified to be industrially compostable according to the European standard EN / may bear the 'seedling' logo. Never place compostable plastic into the recycling with other plastics; as it is designed to break down it cannot be recycled and contaminates recyclable plastics. Barnes & Noble recommends the recycling of e-waste -- electronic equipment that is nearing the end of its useful life. Recycling promotes resource conservation and reduces potential impacts to the environment. Several states currently mandate the recycling of .

This is the reason that for the launch of our new website, in July , we decided to make our own unique interpretation. What is Zero Waste? Zero Waste is a philosophy that encourages the redesign of resource life cycles so that all products are reused. Our version of the Zero Waste symbol or logo is free to use. What and How to Recycle with Sanitation: PAPER & CARDBOARD newspapers, magazines, catalogs white and colored paper (lined, copier, computer, staples OK) mail and envelopes (any color, window envelopes OK) paper bags wrapping paper soft-cover books, telephone books (paperbacks, comics, etc.; no spiral bindings) cardboard egg cartons and trays.


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