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Green ORO plants a tree for every Ring you recycle, reuse or donate

Recycle, Reuse, Donate

At Green ORO, we love green jewelry & conflict free diamonds. We also love the environment. Recycling & Reusing old jewelry is a great way to save money and reuse our natural resources. When we realized that significant amounts of gold sit idle, while mining continues at a pace of 2,500 tons a year. In fact, there is enough gold above ground (already mined) to satisfy all demands of the jewelry industry for the next 50 years. Much of it sits in bank vaults and in the form of old and unused jewelry - we decided it was time to give a little back to Mother Nature. That's why we plant a tree for every broken jewelry you sell or recycle at GREEN ORO.. You buy, sell or donate! Together we can make a difference, one Ring & one Tree at a time.


 
Save Money and the Earth

You already know that buying recycled jewelry from Green ORO can save you hundreds of dollars, but recycled jewelry helps the environment too. Here's why:
 
Deadly Bond between Mercury & Gold: The linkage between gold mining and mercury is a deadly one that is irrevocably impacting our childrens health, our precious marine resources, and the air we breathe.
Recycle, Reuse & Donate reduces the cost of gold by avoiding the cost of handling and refining.
Planting trees renews the earth
   
So you can feel good about recycle, reuse & donate your old and broken jewelry at Green ORO - you can save green and be green too! 
 

About American Forests' Global Releaf Program 

Global ReLeaf is an education and action campaign that helps individuals, organizations, agencies, and corporations improve the local and global environment by planting and caring for trees. So far, more than 25 million trees have been planted to restore damaged rural forest ecosystems, and millions in cost-share grants have been awarded to local partners for urban and community forest projects. It provides education and information on how to plant the right trees in the right places, the right way. The campaign was developed by AMERICAN FORESTS (americanforests.org), a national nonprofit conservation organization for the protection and preservation of trees and forests.


     
 

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