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If you keep losing your pens, you should buy some sustainable pens. The Wheely pen is a flexible ball point pen made from 50% post-consumer rubber tires and 10% pre-consumer recycled plastic. Read on.

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So you keep misplacing your pens.  From time to time it just happens.  For some reason they just disappear.  One way to keep track of all those loose writing utensils is to take pride in the pen you own.  This is much easier when buying pens that are environmentally sustainable; produced from a range of ingredients including recycled plastic, leftover wood, cornstarch and even post consumer rubber tires.  You can even purchase refills for them, which will help to keep your pen busy and in your hands for the foreseeable future. 

For instance, the Wheely pen is a flexible ball point pen made from 50% post-consumer rubber tires and 10% pre-consumer recycled plastic. They are even refillable and imprintable. Or you could take pens to an old school level and pick up a Woody Pen, which are refillable pens made from sustained yield scrap wood (white birch), brass, black oxide steel, and nontoxic ink (ethyl alcohol, in longer lasting brass cartridges).

Pens that come in recycled plastic, cornstarch and leftover wood are just as viable for use at work, and will not harm the environment as much as that 50-pack of Bics® that only seems to last a few weeks.

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For environmentally friendly pens, take a look at the Green Earth Office Supply e-Warehouse, where you can find all the eco-Pens you’ll need.

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