The Yellow Pages industry is committed to sustainable production and supporting holistic environmental practices. Check out our resources including our Sustainability Report, Yellow Pages Sustainability Cycle and Phone Directories Sustainability Facts and Figures.
This new infographic provides information on where directory paper comes from, how much paper use has declined, and how favorably the recycling rate for directories stacks up against other products.
Yellow Pages publishers proudly produce directories as part of a sustainable lifecycle, as illustrated in a new infographic released today by the LSA. The infographic sheds light on the often misunderstood origin of directory paper and the industry’s efforts to recycle for the next generation of directories and other products.
The Yellow Pages Environmental Fact Sheet overviews directory publishers’ ongoing efforts to provide leadership through sustainable production and consumer choice initiatives.
In 2014, the LSA released its fourth sustainability report –“Adopt. Adapt. Advance.” – that highlights the local search industry’s social, economic, environmental and cultural contributions to local communities.
Developed in partnership between the LSA and the Association of Directory Publishers, www.YellowPagesOptOut.com provides an easy and secure way for residents to control the number of Yellow Pages telephone directories they receive or to stop directory delivery entirely.