Sun Prairie, Wis. (November 12, 2006) - The Paper Mill Store .com is pleased to announce that Neenah Paper, a leader in premium paper manufacturing and environmental stewardship, has joined its growing team of suppliers. The addition of Neenah Paper products to thepapermillstore.com greatly enhances the company's unrivaled offering of environmentally friendly paper and envelope products.
Neenah Paper recognized The Paper Mill Store (TPMS) as the only FSC CoC certified paper and envelope supplier online, a fact that allows the company to maintain the FSC chain of custody which is so important to its customers.
"The Paper Mill Store is a perfect fit for Neenah Paper's expanded selection of FSC Certified papers - now available in our flagship CLASSICgradelines as well as our ENVIRONMENTbrand," said Greg Maze, Senior Brand Manager. "Neenah Paper is greener than ever. Many of our FSC Certified selections contain 100% post consumer fiber, are made with Green-e certified renewable energy and certified processed chlorine free. The Paper Mill Store offers Neenah Paper a unique opportunity to reach customers in search of premium papers that are also environmentally friendly."
Neenah Paper is the largest purchaser of renewable energy in the State of Wisconsin and joins The Paper Mill Store and National Envelope in the Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power Leadership Club. National Envelope supplies TPMS with Neenah Paper's ENVIRONMENT envelopes.
"We are pleased to welcome Neenah Paper to The Paper Mill Store .com. They are a leader in setting the standards for environmental stewardship in our industry, and their values are very much in line with our own," said Brian Cowie, CEO, The Paper Mill Store.
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