BOISE unveils premium recycled papers line
November 13, 2007 By Pulp & Paper Canada
Bensenville, IL — Boise Paper has announced the launch of Boise ASPEN, a best-in-class line of premium recycled pa…
Bensenville, IL — Boise Paper has announced the launch of Boise ASPEN, a best-in-class line of premium recycled paper with a wide range of choices for multiple applications. All Boise ASPEN papers meet the same high standards as non-recycled paper, with excellent runnability, printability and brightness.
Vince Phelan, marketing director, Boise Paper notes that Boises recycled paper manufacturing operations save more than one million trees and divert approximately 120,000 tons of recovered waste paper from land fills each year. “With Boise ASPEN, our customers can now feel confident knowing that they are using environmentally preferable and sustainable products without having to sacrifice any of the quality they have come to expect from Boise Paper.”
Recycled office papers are environmentally preferable because the manufacturing process requires less water, less energy, fewer chemicals and fewer trees than the process for producing non-recycled sheets. Boises Jackson Alabama Mill, which specializes in recycled paper, has delivered high quality recycled products for more than a decade and processes more than 300 tons per day of post-consumer recovered paper.
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