Recycled paper can be comprised of pre- or post-consumer waste (PCW). PCW refers to paper that served its initial, intended function and has been recycled into new paper. When specifying paper for your print project, you should choose recycled paper manufactured with the highest PCW content. This issue of Touchstone is printed on Neenah Conservation papers that were recycled with 100% post-consumer fiber.
FSC is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting responsible management of the world’s forests in ways that are environmentally responsible, socially beneficial, and economically viable. Neenah Conservation papers meet the mark of responsible forestry.
Green Seal is a nonprofit organization that uses science-based programs to empower consumers, purchasers, and companies to create a more sustainable world—one where the environment, all forms of life, and our natural resources are protected. Neenah Conservation recycled papers are comprised with 100% postconsumer paper manufactured from sustainable raw materials and are free of chlorine chemistry.
Processed Chlorine-Free (PCF) is recycled paper made with a non chlorine-based bleaching process. Neenah Conservation is a 100% post-consumer paper manufactured from sustainable raw materials and are free of chlorine chemistry.
Soy ink may contain other vegetable oils, but soybean oil must be the predominant oil. Its chemistry was intended to reduce the amount of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) by replacing the petroleum content found in traditional inks. Touchstone is printed entirely with soy inks.