Spicers says the new Tudor RP High White Smooth offers a high level of whiteness sought after by environmentally conscious corporate and other end users for whom the earthy look of other traditional recycled papers does not convey the right image. According to Spicers with a smoother surface reminiscent of specialty grades, Tudor RP High White Smooth provides a professional look suited for annual and sustainability reports, brochures, stationery and direct mail - even with four-colour images. It is available in 100gsm, 115gsm, 140gsm and 300gsm.
The second new release Tudor RP Kraft is a hardy and earthy variety with a distinctive, new brown shade, which Spicers says offers a high level of printability and versatility in a range of weights - 115gsm, 140gsm and 300gsm. The company says it responds well to challenging conditions and performs more like a specialty paper, making it suitable for annual reports, stationery, brochures, direct mail, specialty packaging and cards.
Also recently added to the Tudor RP family is a versatile White 210gsm. Proiduced for lightweight covers, direct mail, cards and brochures, Spicers says this new variety complements the range, making Tudor RP a recycled paper solution for any application.
Spicers says Tudor RP 100% recycled is an environmentally responsible choice, containing Australian pre-consumer and post-consumer waste. No chlorine bleaching occurs in the recycling process. Australian Paper has ISO 14001 environmental accreditation.
Several ex-landfill sites identified by Landcare as requiring rehabilitation have been receiving funding obtained from sales of Tudor RP 100% Recycled. Funds have helped pay for plants, materials and tools for revegetation, professional planning services and weed management involved in recreating these sites. Staff and clients of Spicers Paper have also enjoyed getting their hands dirty at their local site.
Tudor RP 100% Recycled is made from materials that might otherwise end up as landfill, including office papers and offcuts from printing and envelope manufacturing processes.