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Middletown, Conn.-based Bertz Design Group's recent work for Darwin Professional Underwriters has earned the Mohawk Windpower Partnership Award. This award was presented to Bertz Design for its efforts in making more socially responsible choices. Bertz Design recently chose Mohawk Options 100% PC White paper for use in Darwin's 2006 annual report.

Mohawk Options is made with electricity generated by wind power. Currently, 100% of the electricity used by Mohawk Fine Papers is offset with certified wind power certificates.

"Bertz Design has helped their client work towards meeting their sustainability goals as well as participate in this worldwide movement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions," says Joseph O'Connor, senior vice president of sales at Bertz. "Using Mohawk Options is one small choice that can have a huge impact in the effort to conserve our world."

The Mohawk Windpower Partnership Award was launched nationally in 2006.


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