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Why use recycled paper?

Just one tonne of recycled paper saves approximately six mature trees and 3.3 cubic yards of rapidly diminishing landfill space.

Using recycled paper for print is the greenest overall option – it uses up waste paper and its production requires less energy and fewer chemicals.

The process of felling trees, transporting them for processing, the pulping and manufacturing processes, and the distribution of the resulting paper uses a large amount of energy – mostly from fossil fuels. Recycled paper requires only a fraction of this processing, using between 28 and 70% less energy.

Sustainably sourced paper

The best way to ensure that paper is from a well managed source is to look for FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certification. FSC certification is widely accepted to be the most stringent. Unlike other schemes, the emphasis is on tracking fibre all the way from the forest to the end use, so the user can be certain of the fibre’s origins.