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Recycling

Deputy Prime Minister written question – answered on 29th April 2004.

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Photo of Edward Davey Edward Davey Shadow Spokesperson (Office of the Deputy Prime Minister), Liberal Democrat Spokesperson (Office of the Deputy Prime Minister)

To ask the Deputy Prime Minister if he will list the Department's main suppliers of (a) copier paper, (b) stationery, (c) envelopes and (d) paper for reports; what the name is of the paper used in each case; and what the (i) recycled and (ii) post-consumer recycle content of the paper is in each case.

Photo of Phil Hope Phil Hope Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

The details requested are as follows:

(a) Copier Paper—Evolve Business, supplied by Banner, contains 100 per cent. post-consumer waste.

(b) Stationery—Repeat Offset, supplied by the James McNaughton Paper Group, contains 100 per cent. post-consumer waste.

(c) Envelopes—Conservation and Croxley Heritage, supplied through the Government's Stationery Contract (Taurus Print & Design), contains 100 per cent. post-consumer waste.

(d) Paper for Reports—Revive, Revert and Evolution ranges, containing 75 per cent. post-consumer waste and 25 per cent. Elemental Chlorine Free pulp, Greencoat range, containing 80 per cent. post-consumer waste and 20 per cent. Totally Chlorine Free pulp, and Evolve Business, containing 100 per cent. post-consumer waste, all supplied by Robert Home Paper Company, Premier Paper Ltd., Howard Smith Paper and James McNaughton Paper Group through the Government's Paper Framework Contract.

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