CHICAGO, Jan. 5, 2018 (Globe Newswire) -Boise Paper, a division of Packaging Corporation of America, is pleased to announce that our ASPEN® line of multi-use recycled copy papers recently earned Green Seal® certification under its GS-7 Printing and Writing Paper Standard, one of the most rigorous environmental certifications in the industry.
Green Seal’s thorough review and on-site audit has verified that ASPEN recycled papers conserve natural resources and protect human and environmental health while delivering the performance customers expect. Specifically, ASPEN recycled papers contain a significant percentage of post-consumer materials, are processed without chlorine, and contain minimal heavy metals.
Formulated for exceptional run-ability in all home, office, and high-speed print equipment, ASPEN multi-use recycled copy papers feature the same hardworking characteristics and brightness as non-recycled sheets. They are performance certified by the Buyer’s Laboratory, Inc., and 99.99% Jam-Free® guaranteed.
ASPEN multi-use recycled copy paper is manufactured with 30%, 50%, or 100% post-consumer recycled content, which makes it easy to find the right paper to meet your environmental sustainability goals.
About Boise Paper
Boise Paper is a division of Packaging Corporation of America, headquartered in Lake Forest, IL. Boise Paper manufactures a full line of quality papers including imaging papers for the office and home, printing and converting papers, and papers used in packaging, such as label and release papers. Through their Paper with Purpose® promise, they commit to delivering excellent value while sustaining environmental, economic, and social resources for future generations.
About Green Seal, Inc.
Green Seal®, a nonprofit organization founded in 1989, is the nation's premier ecolabel, symbolizing transparency, integrity, and environmental leadership. Its flagship program develops life-cycle-based environmental standards, and certifies products and services that meet these standards. Green Seal standards cover 450 categories – from janitorial supplies, paints, and windows to hotels and restaurants – and are specified by 23 states and countless institutions. Green Seal’s science-based programs help manufacturers, purchasers, and consumers to make improvements that are beneficial to human health, the environment, and the marketplace.