Copier Paper

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As one of the most innovative recycled Copier paper manufacturers in India, we focus on the premium texture and ensure best-in-class print quality on inkjet and laser printers. Recycled copier paper is made from 100% ocean and landfill-bound paper waste. It is our humble attempt to ensure that our company achieve sustainability goal of zero (paper) waste to landfill. With rates of paper recovery and recycling falling below 20% in a largely unorganized sector, we felt the need to combat this issue at its root – working with the best of companies worldwide. 

Features of our Recycled A4 Paper :

  • Made from 100% post-consumer waste 

  • De-inked without bleaching and free from optical brightening agents

  • High-quality 70 to 80 gsm thickness

  • Brightness: 90%

  • Format: A4, A3, A2

  • One ream of 500 sheets

Facts About Recycled Paper :

What Are the Most Significant Benefits of Recycled Copier Paper?

Recycled Office and Printing Paper, made from kerbside, office and industry waste as part of ThinkTrash. Distinctive and functional. For printing, ink jet and slower photocopiers/lasers.

Perfect for menus, letters, brochures, sustainable offices, invitations, marketing, scrapbooking and more.

Recycling paper conserves natural resources, saves energy, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and keeps landfill space free for other types of trash that can’t be recycled.

Recycling one ton of paper can save 17 trees, 7,000 gallons of water, 380 gallons of oil, 3.3 cubic yards of landfill space and 4,000 kilowatts of energy-enough to power the average U.S. home for six months- and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by one metric ton of carbon equivalent (MTCE).

How Many Times Can the Same Paper Be Recycled?

Paper recycling does have limits. Every time paper is recycled, the fiber becomes shorter, weaker and more brittle. In general, paper can be recycled up to seven times before it must be discarded.

While producing paper has always been a concern for deforestation, we are introducing more efficient ways of documenting. Here is our recycled A4 copier paper, which is innately suitable to create premium quality reusable sheets.

In the largely dominant corporate world, it is next to impossible to reduce our documentation needs. There are tonnes of print outs required daily in the offices. The most eco-friendly way of saving paper wastage is by recycling paper and using it for fresh prints. This way, you get hardcopy references without stressing the natural resources further.

Our Recycled A4 copier papers are 90% whitish sheets of paper, which have been recycled for further use. They are of premium quality and allow printing on both sides, efficiently. They are available in a bulk of 500, so you do not easily run out of the recycled sheet, and you can easily send the used ones for further recycling. This cycle of reduction in consumption of natural resources by reusing will soon stand as building blocks of humanity.

How is the recycled copier paper made?

We have an abundance of old paper which can be recycled. This waste is mixed with water to create a pulp. This pulp is then spread on wooden frames to give them a shape after drying the forming paper for hours, sometimes even days. The usable paper is then dried and created, cutting exactly in pieces out with a machine for usage in copier machines.

What is the main difference between recycled paper and virgin paper?

For the production of virgin paper, trees are freshly cut, and a considerable quantity of water is used. However, with the recycled copier paper, the raw material is available in large amounts, all around us. Recycled paper is not only reducing our waste production but is also decreasing the exploitation of natural resources. The recycled paper looks a little pale in comparison to the virgin paper, but the contrast seems pretty good for business documents and presentations.