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    I produce a corporate magazine for the real estate company I work for. Our next issue of the magazine is on sustainability and the company's efforts to build sustainable buildings.

    In order to integrate ourselves with the company initiatives, we want to switch to recycled paper, starting with this next issue. Does anyone know of any 100% (or at least 80% or more) recycled COATED papers? I can find tons of uncoated, but we want coated...something that would be suitable for a magazine.

    The one place I found that had 80% coated was new leaf, but I haven't found any other sources. Any help would be appreciated.

    thanks!

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    Check out "Evergreen". Recycled paper used to be popular but have fallen abit because they are generally more expensive.
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