Antalis McNaughton's Digigreen wins environmental award
By Pamela Mardle Monday, 28 May 2012
Antalis McNaughton Digigreen paper range has been awarded Best Environmental Substrate Award, presented at Drupa.
Voted for by the European Digital Press Association, Antalis McNaughton claims that Digigreen is the first 100% green paper available for the digital print market; it is FSC- and European Ecolabel-accredited and has NAPM 50% Recycled certification.
Launched at the beginning of 2012, Digigreen is suitable for use on HP Indigo and dry toner laser presses, and is compatible with Canon, Xerox, Kodak, Ricoh and Xeikon presses.
Antalis McNaughton product manager Greg Plowman said: "I’m very proud for the team who helped develop Digigreen to win this award.
"Digigreen is the first coated paper developed specifically for the digital print market to combine enhanced service technology with a PCW recycled element. We’ve worked with digital press manufacturers to ensure Digigreen delivers the very best in terms of toner adhesion and lift, runability, superior whiteness, excellent bulk and opacity."
The company is expanding the range to include a 400gsm sheet in the near future due to high demand and digital print technology advancements.
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