GLENS FALLS, NY—Finch Paper, LLC has upgraded its digital uncoated paper portfolio with the announcement that three of its products – Finch Fine iD, Finch Fine Digital, and Finch Color Copier – are now made with 10% post-consumer recycled fibre. These papers are also certified to the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI).
Tony McDowell, VP of sales and marketing for Finch Paper, says customer requests prompted the company to take action to add post-consumer recycled content.
Finch Fine iD is a three-star (best performing) ranked paper for HP Indigo presses, with 98 brightness. Finch Fine Digital, also with 98 brightness, is specified for dry-toner digital colour production presses. Finch Color Copier is laser-guaranteed.
Finch Paper specializes in uncoated printing papers. As part of a landmark environmental partnership with The Nature Conservancy (TNC), Finch foresters manage more than 160,000 acres of forestland owned by TNC in New York’s famed Adirondack Region.
Finch Paper is sold by Paperlinx merchants in Canada (Coast Paper, Spicers). Samples can by ordered from the merchant or the Finch web site