Multicopy has a biodegradable wrapper
The ream wrappers for Multicopy, Multicopy Zero and Multicopy Presentation are dispersion coated – plastic-free and biodegradable, hence compostable (EN13432). That makes the sustainability total of our products even greater.
Clean, safe and durable
The innovative barrier provides grease resistance and keeps water and vapor out. It is clean, safe and doesn’t contain fluorochemicals or optical brightener additives. And it keeps our copy paper well-protected even during demanding conditions.
Benefits all over
The plastic-free barrier is applied already on the paper machine and the ream wrapper paper is set for printing, cutting and use from the get-go. As of January 1, 2021, the EU has agreed on an additional recycling fee for plastic*, by using this dispersion coated wrapper, we make sure that our clients and end users will avoid that extra cost.
The dispersion coated wrappers of Multicopy have several benefits:
Multicopy is the bright white paper with a green conscience and the new wrappers makes the Multicopy range an even more sustainable choice – helping you meet your green targets and saving the planet ream by ream.
*The charge is calculated on the weight of nonrecycled plastic packaging waste "with a call rate of €0.80/kilogramme with a mechanism to avoid excessively regressive impact on national contributions.”
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