Our mission is to help the planet every time a customer uses our paper. We are committed to strong teamwork, integrity and ensuring customer satisfaction.

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Introducing the world’s most eco-friendly and commercially viable paper. Conventional paper is made from 100% virgin wood fibres that can only be obtained by deforestation. envoCOPY is made using 80% sugarcane fibres. Agricultural leftovers that are usually incinerated after cultivation in India form the base material for our premium paper products. envoCOPY fights deforestation, reduces air pollution and guarantees great printability each time. Every 8 reams of envoCOPY produced, saves a tree from being cut for making paper.

Key Features: 80% bagasse can deliver the same results as 100% wood, you can try this at home.

  1. High Whiteness and Opacity
  2. Consumes less ink than conventional paper
  3. 99.99 % Jam-Free on both inkjet and laser printers
  4. Great performance on HP, Brother, Canon, Ricoh, Sharp, and Toshiba
  5. Running on printers in 45 countries with a proven speed of 90 pages per minute

envoCOPY is great for business and great for the planet. We take great care in ensuring the production process causes the least possible strain on the planet. The entire manufacturing process is carbon-neutral, totally chlorine-free, vegan-friendly and results in zero liquid discharge. We save the planet one sheet at a time. 

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Certifications:

  • Meets the requirements of ISO 9001, ISO 9706, & OHSAS 18001
  • Certified by INTERTEK as
  1. Biodegradable
  2. Compostable
  3. Recyclable
  4. Energy Saving

envoCOPY does everything you expect A4 paper to do. It is guaranteed for use on all office equipment (ISO 9001) with maximum age resistance for archiving (ISO 9706). Print on it, write on it, make a party hat if you’re feeling creative. When you’re done, please put it in a compost pit or in your recycling bin so it can be used to make more paper and maintain the Earth’s green cover.