New Astrolite PC 100® Swatchbooks Now Available

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Seeing is Believing: Newest Innovation in Luxurious and Sustainable 100% Post-Consumer Waste Recycled Fine Printing Papers

Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc., the oldest continuously operating paper mill in the United States, is pleased to announce additional product offerings for Astrolite PC 100, the luxurious and sustainable fine papers crafted with 100% post-consumer waste (PCW) recycled fiber.

Created with a high-fidelity six-color printing process (CMYKOG), the new Astrolite PC 100 swatchbook results in a stunning visual that demonstrates the possibilities when printing on highly crafted recycled papers. These grades are perfect for annual reports, CSR reports, fashion lookbooks, catalogs, product brochures, newsletters, presentation kits, portfolios, pocket folders, corporate stationery, and premium packaging.

In addition to the featured print demonstrations, the new Astrolite PC 100 swatchbook features the recently expanded full slate of its three separate product lines: Astrolite PC 100 Velvet, Astrolite PC 100 Smooth, and Astrolite PC 100 Digital+, including a wider range of sheet sizes certified for HP Indigo.

“Our Astrolite PC 100 text and cover papers demonstrate our commitment to sustainable solutions, as well as long-term product development and refinement to provide ongoing value for brands as their needs evolve,” said Julie Brannen, Director, Sustainability Solutions Fine Printing & Packaging Substrates, Monadnock Paper Mills.

Like all Monadnock Paper Mills printing and packaging papers, Astrolite PC 100 lines are FSC Certified (FSC C018866), manufactured carbon-neutral (VERs) and made with 100% renewable Green-e certified wind-powered electricity (RECs) under a third-party certified ISO 14001 Environmental Management System.

“Sustainability is the core belief on which we’ve built our business. We deliver extraordinary and sustainable solutions enabling brands, graphic designers and creatives to increase authentic engagements and make more impactful first impressions,” Brannen said.

Source: Monadnock Paper Mills