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WISDOM SUPPLY CO | 2022 Zero Waste Weekly Planner
WISDOM SUPPLY CO | 2022 Zero Waste Weekly Planner
WISDOM SUPPLY CO | 2022 Zero Waste Weekly Planner
WISDOM SUPPLY CO | 2022 Zero Waste Weekly Planner
WISDOM SUPPLY CO | 2022 Zero Waste Weekly Planner
WISDOM SUPPLY CO | 2022 Zero Waste Weekly Planner

WISDOM SUPPLY CO | 2022 Zero Waste Weekly Planner

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$36.00
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8.5" x 11 5/16" x 3/8"

116 Pages

52 Weeks (Monday through Sunday layout)

Monthly at-a-glance section (2 months per page)

2 page spread per week (left page for scheduling, and right page for notes)

Corner cut guides at the bottom of the notes pages make it easy to flip to the current week - corner cut guides are marked with the week number (1-52)

Interior paper is 80#, and 100% post-consumer recycled

Pen markings do not bleed through

Planner Starting Week: Monday Dec 27, 2021
Planner Ending Week: Monday Jan 1, 2023
 

We are a small company, so our print runs are also small, which means we sell out quickly.

All Wisdom Planners are cover-to-cover 100% authentically recyclable - as opposed to "technically" recyclable - we consult with waste haulers and recyclers to make sure there is true recycling value to our products at the end of their usefulness.

Most other planners on the market are destined for landfill, which means all of the paper, along with the binding and cover materials will be permanent waste (nothing composts in a landfill) for the rest of time.

The current design of spiral bound and book bound planners is the equivalent of cutting down trees and putting them in the trash - it's absurd, environmentally ignorant, and unsustainable.

 

What makes other planners “trash":

  • Cover Materials: Fabric, leather, pleather, laminates
  • Binding Methods: Book-binding / spiral-binding
  • Do-dads: Elastic bands, ribbons, plastic tabs

 

END OF LIFE: Place used planner in the paper recycling bin. If so inclined, you can go the extra mile and tear off the front and back covers and place everything in the paper recycling bin - this makes it easier for recycling haulers to access the white (interior) paper that most often has a higher recycling value $$.