HP Papers is a premium line of uncoated printing paper optimized to provide superior print paper performance when used with HP hardware and supplies and in all other makes and models of printing and copying equipment. Launched in 1996, HP Papers are manufactured and marketed exclusively worldwide in over 75 countries by International Paper, a globally recognized leader in paper products, under license from the Hewlett-Packard Company. With a diverse range of products designed to support a wide range of print applications, from everyday copies to full color presentations, you can be assured of consistent, high quality print performance every time. HP Recycled30 Paper is a 20 lb, everyday use paper that offers HP quality at an affordable price. HP Recycled30 is made with 30% post-consumer recycled fiber and is perfect for high-volume everyday printing and copying. Engineered with ColorLok Technology HP Recycled30 paper provides brighter colors and bolder blacks for great-looking reports and business documents. HP Recycled30 is available in 8.5 x 11 letter size paper and is great for everyday printing with recycled paper.
MADE IN USA – HP Papers is sourced from renewable forest resources and has achieved production with 0% deforestation in North America. See images.
30% POST-CONSUMER RECYCLED FIBER – HP Recycled30 is a 20 lb paper great for high-volume printing, copies, drafts and other everyday business documents. Perfect for black and white printing with recycled paper.
OPTIMIZED FOR HP TECHNOLOGY – All HP Papers provide premium performance on HP equipment, as well as on all other printer and copier equipment. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. See images.
COLORLOK TECHNOLOGY PRINTING PAPER – Colorlok technology provides more vivid colors, bolder blacks and faster drying. See images.
ACID FREE PAPER – HP Recycled30 print and copy paper prevents yellowing over time to ensure a long-lasting appearance for added archival quality.
CERTIFIED SUSTAINABLE – HP Recycled30 paper is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified and contributes toward satisfying credit MR1 under LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). See images.