We are involved in sustainability at Church Hill Classics/diplomaframe.com, including that we offer frames made with 100% recycled wood from America. These ecological frames are worth considering when you receive your degree after graduating, whatever degree of sustainability you are involved in.
|Brazilian walnut finish||Mahogany finish|
Sustainable You and Your School
Maybe you recycle cans, magazines, and other household goods. Perhaps you ride a bike to work or at school. If you are working at being sustainable, good job!
How about your school? Is there a “green” building or sustainable garden? Does it use renewable energy and is paperless? Your college may be working on some initiatives, and you are most likely part of that effort as well. Here’s just a small selection of colleges working hard on sustainability: Dartmouth College, Duke University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Keene State College, Marquette University, Michigan State University, Middlebury College, Syracuse University, University of California Berkeley.
Working together makes for a better environment. That’s for sure!
Info about Recycled Wood Frames
Like all our frames, our frames made with 100% recycled wood, are handcrafted in our production facility in Connecticut and custom made to your specifications or to those of your institution. Some details about our recycled wood frame mouldings:
- features the look and feel of solid wood
- quality and presentation of our traditional mouldings
- finishes – Brazilian walnut, mahogany, black matte, dark mahogany
|Black matte finish||Dark mahogany finish|
For the schools noted above, here are the links to their 100% recycled wood frames…
Dartmouth College/Dartmouth Co-op Diploma Frame in Rainier
Duke University Diploma Frame in Rainier
Keene State College Diploma Frame in Acadia
Marquette University Frame in Acadia
Michigan State University/the MSU Union – Diploma Frame in Acadia
…Or customize a frame
Other related blogs of Interest:
Other links of interest:
EPA United States Environmental Protection Agency – Learn about Green Living
TheDailyGreen.com a consumer’s guide to green from GoodHousekeeping.com – 10 of the Greenest Colleges in America
The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges