FSC accreditation for International Paper's HP Everyday Paper
Monday, May 16, 2011
Press release from the issuing company
Brussels, Belgium, – International Paper, the world's largest paper and packaging company, has announced that its HP Everyday Paper 75gsm A4 grade is now available with Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) accreditation.
The grade is manufactured at International Paper's Brazilian paper mills, using virgin wood fibre from sustainable forests. International Paper's paper mills are the best in class in terms of environmental performance.
The HP Everyday Papers range is sold exclusively in the Office Papers re-seller channel through leading national paper merchant, The Robert Horne Group.
The HP Everyday Papers range is the perfect match for use with HP original inks and toners, enabling end users to get the best results out of their printers. What's more, due to its high quality and performance standards, HP Papers perform right the first time and benefit from the latest innovations available in today's paper industry. The HP Everyday Papers range was the first among office papers worldwide to carry ColorLok Technology.
The range covers all office printing applications, from single to full colour printing on both laser and inkjet printers. Robert Horne Group has the full range of HP Colour Laser available in weights from 90gsm – 300 gsm.
Mike Robertson, International Paper's Country Manager UK stated, "We think that having FSC certification available within such a well know brand name as HP Everyday will further assist our customers to make the right choice for their preferred paper brand. All products in the HP Everyday Papers range give the consumer both a choice of grade and environmental accreditation."
As a further endorsement of its environmental performance, the HP Everyday Papers range is also PEFC certified. Several products in the range also offer ColorLok Technology and the EU Eco-Flower environmental accreditation.
The HP Everyday Paper's range's high environmental credentials were further underlined earlier last year, when the company launched new packaging for the range. The new packaging carries environmental certification more predominantly on the rear panel, supporting and endorsing HP's Environmental Paper Policy (EPP). This provides information and environmental facts surrounding forest certification, recycling, renewable energy and sustainability.
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