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EarthColor, a full-service printing company based in West Orange, N.J., has agreed to purchase wind power from Community Energy Inc., a Wayne, Pa.-based wind energy marketer and developer, equal to 100% of its energy usage at its U.S. locations.

 With facilities in Arizona, New Jersey, New York, Florida and Texas, EarthColor will buy a total of 25 million kWhs of wind energy per year for the next three years. The estimated environmental benefit from this purchase is equal to offsetting more than 33 million pounds of carbon dioxide per year, the company says.


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