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New Environment Digital Papers From Neenah

Friday, February 20, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- Neenah Paper continues to broaden its ever-expanding digital offering with the addition of ENVIRONMENT Digital PC 100 White, an FSC Certified, Green-e Certified 100 percent post consumer recycled paper. This warm white with a 95 brightness offers another option in environmentally preferable papers for digital printing applications.

"We are pleased to give our customers another great option for production print jobs," says Pamela Hill, Brand Manager for Neenah Paper. "As we integrate more branded premium papers into the Neenah Digital portfolio we make it easier for our customers to move between digital and offset technologies."

ENVIRONMENT Digital with its Smooth Digital Finish is HP Indigo Certified, ensuring that the paper meets the highest HP Indigo performance expectations. It has the same Universal Digital Finish as all Neenah Digital papers, and has been tested and optimized for use on all digital presses as well as office and desktop equipment. It is available in 80 lb. and 100 lb. Text and 80 lb. and 100 lb. Cover, in the commonly used sizes 12 x 18 and 18 x 12 as well as the increasingly popular sizes 13 x 19 and 19 x 13.

Along with the expansion into digital, the ENVIRONMENT Papers brand revision also incorporated some of the more popular colors from EVERGREEN Papers. Additionally, the new ENVIRONMENT Papers are completely FSC Certified, Green Seal Certified, and made with 100 percent renewable energy.

The updated Neenah Digital comprises a selection of premium digital papers that includes CLASSIC CREST Digital, CLASSIC Linen Digital, CORONADO SST, and now ENVIRONMENT Digital Papers.




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