Elementree Printer Paper 500 ea

Elementree printer paper is the wise choice for every day, read-and-recycle printing: emails, reports, presentations, research, class assignments and more! By choosing Elementree, you are supporting a sustainable process that has a low impact on the environment as well as your budget! Elementree is made from sawmill waste chips which means no new trees are harvested. The paper-making process is driven by wind energy & hydropower, using 47% less water, and generating about half the carbon footprint of standard copy paper (Elementree is made with minimum of 85% post-industrial sawmill waste chips. Up to 75% of the paper making process is driven by wind energy, hydropower and biomass). Wondering how we made such an affordable eco-friendly paper? Because the paper-making process uses all of the wood material, it yields fifty percent more paper from the same amount of wood as compared to standard copy paper. This also means that Elementree paper contains more organic material which lends to a more natural shade (When exposed to light, the paper will gradually shift to an off-white color - a process known as reversion) (similar to paperback books) that is easier on the eyes. The paper is much thicker than standard copy paper which makes it perfect for heavy ink coverage and two-sided printing. Suitable for laser and inkjet printers and copiers. Acid free for archival permanence. Thicker than standard copy paper. Perfect for two-sided printing which is the most eco/budget friendly printing method. FSC: Mix - Paper from responsible sources. fsc.org. Zero Trees Cut: Made with sawmill waste chips (Elementree is made with minimum of 85% post-industrial sawmill waste chips. Up to 75% of the paper-making process is driven by wind energy, hydropower and biomass). Renewable Energy: Made using wind energy & hydropower (Elementree is made with minimum of 85% post-industrial sawmill waste chips. Up to 75% of the paper-making process is driven by wind energy, hydropower and biomass).

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