Make the Switch to Boise® ASPEN® Recycled Paper
- Say goodbye to paper jams: Boise ASPEN is 99.99% Jam-Free® Guaranteed, so you can count on your recycled paper to perform as expected, every time. All ASPEN papers are third-party tested to rigorous standards and engineered for consistent performance and excellent run-ability.
- Do good and look good: With Boise ASPEN, recycled paper never looked so good. The Boise ASPEN line features bright, clean paper, so you can help the environment and look good doing it! You’ll get recycled content, but won’t have to sacrifice the brightness or quality of your printed documents.
- Support American-made products: All Boise Paper products are made in the USA, so you can be sure that you will get consistent, reliable paper from a company that supports American jobs and local economies.
- Get the paper that is right for you: With a variety of projects and equipment, your company needs a recycled paper that is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Boise ASPEN offers a full line of recycled office papers so no matter the project, the results will be perfection.
According to NPD Group, Inc., Boise ASPEN is the number one selling recycled paper brand in the U.S. When you include Boise ASPEN recycled paper as part of your office papers mix, you can expect proven performance and professional quality in any office print environment.
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