HarperCollins goes green on paper

<p>HarperCollins is to print all its trade paperbacks and hardback monochrome books on paper certified by the Forest Stewardship Council from January next year.
HC said it was the first major UK publishing house to pledge produce such a high proportion of its entire its list on environmentally responsible paper. The FSC logo certifies that the virgin fibre used in the paper comes from environmentally and socially responsible sources.
HC has also adopted a new paper purchasing policy to progress towards "totally phasing out" paper from ancient and endangered forests, and adopt recycled and ...

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