Fiber should be recycled
Recycling paper is very important for two reasons: it saves landfill space and it reduces the amount of methane — a greenhouse gas — that is emitted from a landfill when paper products and other materials buried there decompose. For this reason, everyone should recycle paper and mills should reuse the fiber as many times as possible.
Finch purchased about 4,500 tons of post-consumer recycled fiber last year to make our recycled papers. Using a balance between virgin and recycled fiber makes sense for our papers and the high-quality, consistent results our customers expect. Finch Paper makes grades that contain 10% post-consumer recycled fiber and 30% post-consumer recycled fiber. These recycled papers are also FSC-certified and SFI-certified.