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ARJOWIGGINS EXTENDS RECYCLED PAPERS RANGE




Arjowiggins Graphic announces the launch of a new Satimat Green 75% recycled paper. The coated stock is manufactured from 75% post consumer FSC certified recycled fibre and 25% FSC certified virgin fibre and has been specially developed to respond to demand for papers with cutting-edge sustainability credentials.

Satimat Green is produced using recycled fibres from Arjowiggins' Greenfield S.A.S. mill.The recycled de-inked pulp offers bright levels of whiteness comparable to papers produced from virgin fibres. The silk coated range combines the latest environmental credentials with a soft, velvety touch.

The new paper is available in a range of weights from 100 - 400 gsm and is suitable for applications including report and accounts, corporate social responsibility reports, luxury magazines, brochures and direct mailers.

Sam Neal, MD of Geoff Neal Litho, comments: "Our customers now expect high environmental credentials as standard but are not willing to compromise on quality or price. The new 75% recycled option from Satimat Green meets these demands and offers great tactile qualities that we normally only see on papers produced with virgin fibres, making it ideal for a range of applications."

Chris Sandwell, Sales Director at Elliott Baxter - merchant for Satimat Green - comments: "Papers with strong environmental credentials continue to be in high demand. Arjowiggins Graphic has always been at the forefront of recycled paper development and this latest launch further strengthens its range. It also meets the latest Government guidelines for recycled content, assisting printers and designers in meeting sustainability targets."

The launch is being supported by a brochure providing details of the range's specifications and samples showcasing its exceptional print quality. This month, 7000 brochures will be distributed by Elliott Baxter to printers and designers across the UK.

Printers and designers interested in understanding the reduced environmental impact of using recycled papers such as Satimat Green can request an environmental benefit statement from the new Arjowiggins Graphic website - www.recycled-papers.co.uk . The statement shows the equivalent reduction in energy consumption and landfill compared to using a paper stock manufactured from virgin fibres.