Tuesday, March 17, 2009

America's Greenback: An Environmental Perspective

Money is always an interesting subject, especially these days. I get calls all the time from journalists and folks like yourselves who want to know more about currency paper and how it's made.

I also hear all too often something along the lines of: "Well, it's paper, so it's made from trees."

Obviously I have so far failed in my quest to make everyone aware that U.S. currency paper is not made from trees. So, with that in mind, have a look at the following publication about making currency paper at Crane from an environmental perspective.

If you want to view it full-screen, just toggle the button in the upper right.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Now why the deuce isn't this available as a PDF?