The ASPEN Difference
There’s a reason Boise® ASPEN® is America’s top-selling recycled paper brand*. Thanks to technological advances and rigorous production standards, Boise Paper’s high-quality ASPEN products are designed to exceed your expectations and provide consistent document production.
- High-performing – Uniquely engineered, Boise ASPEN holds a 99.99% Jam-Free® Performance Guarantee and is manufactured to the highest standards for consistent run-ability and trusted results in all copiers and printers.
- Great-looking – Boise ASPEN has the same high-quality look and feel of non-recycled paper. Featuring bright, clean paper, you can expect professional quality with ASPEN.
- Not “one-size-fits-all” – Unlike many recycled brands, Boise ASPEN is versatile. With multi-use, laser, and color copy options, Boise ASPEN features a full product line to suit any office paper need.
When you need a recycled paper, turn to the number one selling brand – Boise ASPEN.
*Source: The NPD Group / U.S. Total Channel Tracking Service / Technology Paper / Recycled Post-Consumer Content: 1-100% PCC / Based on Dollar Sales / January 2015 – January 2020
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