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From 1998 through 2015, use of New Leaf Paper saved the following resources by manufacturing paper using post-consumer recycled fiber instead of virgin wood fiber:


By choosing New Leaf Paper, you’re demonstrating your company’s commitment to be an environmentally and socially responsible business. The New Leaf Paper EcoAudit℠ helps communicate your leadership and sustainability and measures your impact on the environment in a way that is transparent, and backed by trusted institutions. Our EcoAudit shows the tangible environmental benefits—savings in trees, water, energy, solid waste and greenhouse gases—of using post-consumer recycled paper instead of virgin paper. Many of our customers reproduce the New Leaf EcoAudit in their printed materials to demonstrate their environmental leadership and the positive impact of their paper choices. New Leaf Paper can create a print-ready, customized EcoAudit for your next project that is printed on our leading recycled papers.


The environmental benefits stated in the EcoAudit℠ are calculated based upon an analytical model originally developed by the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) in concert with the Paper Task Force, a voluntary, private-sector initiative created to develop recommendations for purchasing environmentally preferable paper. The Paper Task Force report was published in 1995 and represented a peer-reviewed study of the environmental impacts of paper production and disposal. In 2005, EDF built an analytical model based upon the original Paper Task Force findings and updated to reflect the most current paper industry data. Then in 2008, the tool began a rigorous third-party examination in which scientists and environmental NGOs updated the model and the inputs to reflect new advances in the understanding of the entire paper life-cycle, with major revisions completed by 2009. For more information, go to