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  • 16 Nov 2022

Monadnock launches 100 percent PCW HP Indigo portfolio

Monadnock launches 100 percent PCW HP Indigo portfolio

Monadnock Paper Mills, one of the oldest continuously operating paper mills in the United States, has launched an HP Indigo Solutions Portfolio of 100 percent post-consumer waste (PCW) paper, packaging, and environmental graphics materials.

The product portfolio, complete with a comprehensive listing of available weights, sizes, and properties, is now featured in a comprehensive Stock Guide publication.

Either certified or optimized for use on HP Indigo printers, the portfolio is made with Forest Stewardship Council-certified 100 percent PCW recycled fiber, manufactured carbon neutral, and made with 100 percent Green-e certified wind-powered electricity. Additionally, the recycled paper is processed chlorine-free, and the entire production process operates under third-party Certified ISO 14001 Environmental and ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems.

‘Sustainability has never looked better, especially when brands are looking for printed materials, signage, and packaging that are brought to vivid life with HP Indigo presses,’ commented Julie Brannen, director of sustainability solutions at Monadnock Paper Mills.

Monadnock’s HP Indigo Solutions Portfolio comprises Astrolite PC 100 Digital+ Smooth, Astrolite PC 100 Velvet, Envi PC 100 Performance Board, Envi PC 100 Velvet Card Stock and Envi Wallgraphics.

‘Monadnock’s team of material and coating specialists worked closely with the talented professionals from HP and a host of printers and package printers to test (and test again and again) to ensure that this portfolio met the most stringent performance, converting, and processing demands,’ added Brannen. ‘Now, it’s our pleasure to meet further and exceed the high visual and sustainability demands of creatives and brands.’

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