Truegreen’s mission is to offer environmentally friendly products to a much wider market by making them available with competitive pricing when compared to traditional and other green products.
We believe in living responsibly and through our efforts making a positive impact on our earth. We are dedicated to creating a future for our children by sustaining our earth’s precious resources.
“What you take from the earth, you must give back. That’s nature’s way.”
― Chris d’Lacey, The Fire Within
“Green2 100% Treeless paper products made from renewable resources.”
Truegreen Creating a Greener World for This Generation and Generations to Come
We believe in the power of ingenuity; the ingenuity to use alternative resources to make better products. We are Truegreen, a producer of treeless paper. Each year over 900 million trees are harvested for paper alone. Green2 Paper is treeless and is made from sugar cane and quick growing bamboo grass. No trees were harmed while making these products!
The Makers of Green2 an Environmentally Sustainable Product
Green2 is a line of treeless paper products made from sugar cane husk and bamboo grass. These are two environmentally sustainable resources. They replenish at a much faster rate than tree pulp. Sugar cane re-grows itself in as little as 12 months. Bamboo grass can grow as much as three inches in a day. These resources, while not found readily on the North American continent, are found abundantly in a few places around the world namely China, Brazil and India.
How Truegreen can Help Eliminate Deforestation
For hundreds of years trees have been harvested for their pulp. Areas that were once densely populated with bark and leaves are now laid bare. Trees can take up to 30 years to grow. Be part of the solution by using products made from renewable resources.
Truegreen carries the Banner Forward
There is a better way. Truegreen is an innovative leader in using renewable resources, helping to shape a brighter future for our children. We are making a commitment to the sustainability of our natural resources. We are doing this by finding the best, and most efficient resources.