Green checks?

We are in the market for new checks, and I was surprised to see a green option. What makes them green? They are printed on recycled paper.

┬áThe company I found is called Check Gallery. I’m glad they offer green checks, although I’m not so sure the need for checks will be around that much longer.

I have several friends who use online checks, which sounds greener, but banks then print those checks and mail them out. And I doubt they use recycled paper.

What do you think? Still use old-timey checks? Prefer e-checks? Thinks checks will soon be obsolete?


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This entry was posted on August 3, 2011 by in At Home, At Work, Green and tagged , , , , .

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