Write Notepads and Co.
Write Notepads and Co.
VERIFIED business since Apr 2015
We still make things here. It may be a Rust Belt town, but Baltimore’s charm is its stubborn vitality. We feel it in this century-old warehouse in South Baltimore, where we have teamed up with skilled, local workers to make these notepads. We have two goals: to help others in need and to make something that reflects the love and hard work we invest in our respective trades.
In addition to our dedication to schools, we are active with many of Baltimore's great charitable organizations. We rely heavily on the talented local arts community for design and maintaining our authenticity.
When it comes to environmental responsibility, we’ve gone about it in a way that is true to us and the planet. The cover stock used in making our products is 100% Post-Consumer Waste. The inner portion is made with stocks that bear FSC certification. The inks used to print all of our materials are plant based, as opposed to the harsh rubber-based alternatives. Even the large band used to secure our books is made in Hot Springs, AR from safer synthetic materials. After many hours logged researching, and countless phone calls it’s been determined that no animal products are used in any of the components of our notebooks. Technically our books are vegan, however we do not encourage consuming them.
We believe in equality in the workplace. Nothing is more discouraging than having a brilliant idea that goes unnoticed. Each of our contributors participate in our constructive meet-ups each month. We use these events to promote growth in the arts as well as the business-place.
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