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Rite in the Rain All-Weather Writing Products Defy Mother Nature - our new Elements Color Series honors the worthy adversaries of our products. A gloomy gray nods to dark, swirling storm clouds forming over a mountaineer's campsite. An icy blue evokes a frigid ocean wave splashing over the notes of a deckhand. An earthy brown recalls spring mud gathered in the treads of a contractor's work boots. For more than a century, Rite in the Rain products have stepped into the ring to do battle with the elements - our Elements Series is a salute to our unrelenting opponents.
The Rite in the Rain Staple-Bound Notebook easily tucks into a pocket and fiercely defends your notes from weather and wear. These books use our patented water-resistant and archival-grade paper to protect against the years and the elements. This little pocket book travels anywhere and survives any weather.
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The Rite in the Rain story began nearly a century ago in the forests of the Great Northwest. Entrepreneur, Jerry Darling, recognized the logging industry’s need for a durable material that could be written on and survive in poor weather conditions. Jerry developed a special coating that created a unique moisture shield on the hand-dipped sheets of paper that he and his wife, Mary, processed at their home. From humble beginnings our first all-weather paper was born! Over the many years we've perfected and patented our environmentally responsible coating process. Still located in Tacoma, our continued mission is to provide innovative products for professionals and enthusiasts who brave the outdoors.
OUR ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENT
In spite of Rite in the Rain's durability, it’s as recyclable as standard office paper, which is untrue of synthetic, or poly coated papers. Simply recycle Rite in the Rain as you do other office paper. Furthermore, all our cover materials used on Rite in the Rain products (Polydura, Field-Flex, and Fabrikoid) are all recyclable using standard curbside recycling programs. For recycling Wire-O products, it’s recommended to separate the metal wire from the book prior to putting it all in the receptacle.
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF MANUFACTURING PROCESS
The process involved in the manufacture of Rite in the Rain paper was designed to have ultra-low impact on the environment. The water based coating process emits only steam and all mill off-cuts are recycled back into the paper-manufacturing stream. All printing plates and processing liquids are recycled. 100% of printing inks are soy based. The modern facility and equipment are designed to be energy efficient.
RECYCLED FIBER CONTENT
Rite in the Rain All-Weather Writing Paper is a patented substrate created for use in outdoor writing situations. Since this paper is designed for use in extreme conditions it is manufactured with the most durable yet recyclable components available. Recycled content pulp, as a result of the repulping & reprocessing involved in recycling, produces a “weaker” substrate due to the shortened fibers. This inherent weakness reduces the field-durability of paper and as such is not used in the manufacture of Rite in the Rain paper. It is one of the rare instances where virgin fiber adds significantly to the end-product function. Papers designed for “office or indoor” uses do not require this strength and as such can contain recycled fiber. This all being said, the wood fibers we utilize for Rite in the Rain are purchased from SFI certified sources. By doing this it insures our product is manufactured with high environmental and social standards and practices.
ARCHIVAL FOR SURVIVAL
Rite in the Rain 20 & 32 lb. papers meet the archival criteria laid out by ANSI/NISO Z39.48-1992 (R2002). This means that it is an archival quality paper and will last several hundred years under normal use. So... not only will it survive the elements, it will survive the attic! All of our books and copier papers are made from these grades.