Contributing Monkie G Monkie
Published on December 17, 2007
Boise G’s Out the Fake Dunder Mifflin Paper Company, NBC’s The Office. Boise overhears one of the staff members at the copier talking about their green policy and was shocked. He said they are Green as they have to be!
What does that mean? Here is their official policy at Dunder Mifflin: “Dunder Mifflin is committed to improving the environment. That’s why we plant a tree for each and every metric ton of paper that we ship. We look at it as an investment in the future because without trees, we have no paper and without paper, we have no business.
At all of our branches, we’ve encouraged our employees to think about the environment. In Albany, we have a full-scale printer-ink recycling program in effect. In Camden, employees have adopted their very own stretch of highway. Even our Scranton branch has gotten in on the action with a “one cup per day” policy at their water cooler. Around the company, Dunder Mifflin employees are making a difference and we’re proud of that.
Just because we’re a paper company, it doesn’t mean we’re not as green as everyone else. Join us as we try to make the world a better place while not simultaneously running us out of our own business.
Dunder Mifflin: As Green As We Have to Be.”