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Hearst Magazines to Include "Please Recycle" Logo in Its 19 U.S. Titles


Hearst Magazines President Cathleen P Black today announced a new company-wide environmental initiative aimed at encouraging magazine readers to recycle the magazines that they read. Beginning with July issues, Hearst's 19 U.S. titles will begin carrying the "Please Recycle This Magazine





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