Staples environmentally friendly copy paper produces high-quality, long-lasting documents
This Staples copy paper is an environmentally friendly solution for everyday office use. This paper contains 30 percent recycled, post-consumer content and is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, to ensure this product doesn't harm local communities or the natural environment. Its acid-free and archival-safe qualities prevent deterioration and keep your documents looking great. Text stands out against this paper's bright white color, and its 20-pound weight gives it strength while still feeding easily through virtually all copiers and printers. Staples copy paper uses 30 percent recycled materials, which helps to conserve the environment. The paper's acid-free construction wards off yellowing and makes archiving documents easy, while its high contrast lets you make excellent quality copies and printouts. Each case includes 10 reams, which lets you stock up your office and reorder only when necessary. This 30 percent recycled copy paper is environmentally friendly and reliable. Certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, this paper is proof of its manufacturer's adherence to industry standards and care for the community and environment. White, acid-free copy paper lets you archive documents without fear of yellowing. The paper is also crumble-free, which ensures printed documents retain their quality. The bright, high-contrast paper is ideal for standard black-and-white printers and copiers. Each case of copy paper is comprised of 10 reams of 500 sheets, letting you stock up and reorder at your leisure to avoid shortages. The reams are individually packaged for convenience. Measuring 8.5 x 11 inches, this paper is versatile and suitable for a range of office setups and for printing a range of documents such as memos and letters.
8.5" x 11"
20-pound weight provides strength and durability
92 U.S. and 104 Euro brightness for high-contrast printing
Bright white color
Use in standard copiers and printers for maximum versatility