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Yes. I use it in my Canon MG3100 series printer. No jam problems and nice and white.
EllenDF
· September 17, 2017
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I just checked the manufacturer's website and it says, "Versatile, recycled printer paper containing 100% post-consumer fiber along with FSC® certification." So the Great White series contains 100% post-consumer waste. Here's the link for verification: https://www.hammermill.com/products/great-white-100-paper
Xochi
· June 14, 2019
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I guess. The shape is easy to carry and one package isn't that heavy.
Deborah
· June 6, 2019
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Dunno, but I have used this paper in a laser printer with no problem.
Reezy
· December 8, 2020
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The packaging doesn't say anything about it being compostable or even biodegradable, but there is a good deal of information about the CONTENTS of the package being recycled and recyclable, sourced responsibly, FSC* Certified, Acid-free, and there is this statement: "Enviro-Facts Many forests are being replaced by de… see more The packaging doesn't say anything about it being compostable or even biodegradable, but there is a good deal of information about the CONTENTS of the package being recycled and recyclable, sourced responsibly, FSC* Certified, Acid-free, and there is this statement: "Enviro-Facts Many forests are being replaced by development. When you use paper, you help keep trees growing." So one could reasonably assume that the paper packaging would also be recycled and recyclable, but there is no specific mention of it (nor of it being compostable.) see less The packaging doesn't say anything about it being compostable or even biodegradable, but there is a good deal of information about the CONTENTS of the package being recycled and recyclable, sourced responsibly, FSC* Certified, Acid-free, and there is this statement: "Enviro-Facts Many forests are being replaced by development. When you use paper, you help keep trees growing." So one could reasonably assume that the paper packaging would also be recycled and recyclable, but there is no specific mention of it (nor of it being compostable.)
Liz Winter
· February 16, 2020
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Packaging says 100% post consumer waste.
Christine T.
· February 4, 2020
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YES!! Though the paper itself is wrapped in a sturdier paper, my ream was placed in a plastic bag--I guess to protect it? This was probably the distributor's choice and not Hammermill's, but I was disappointed because the answers here made it sound like there was no plastic waste in purching this item, and I chose th… see more YES!! Though the paper itself is wrapped in a sturdier paper, my ream was placed in a plastic bag--I guess to protect it? This was probably the distributor's choice and not Hammermill's, but I was disappointed because the answers here made it sound like there was no plastic waste in purching this item, and I chose this brand for that reason. see less YES!! Though the paper itself is wrapped in a sturdier paper, my ream was placed in a plastic bag--I guess to protect it? This was probably the distributor's choice and not Hammermill's, but I was disappointed because the answers here made it sound like there was no plastic waste in purching this item, and I chose this brand for that reason.
Sonya Glasserkey
· April 22, 2019
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The package said post consumer.
Chaptastic
· June 5, 2019
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Yes, but they are sustainably farmed.
Chaptastic
· June 5, 2019