Neenah, WI Facility

Located in the heart of Wisconsin's Fox River Valley, the Neenah facility is the largest producer of recycled printing and specialty papers in the United States. Considered a pioneer in wastepaper recycling technology, this facility has been producing fine papers from recycled stock since 1904. The wastepaper is repulped, deinked, washed, and bleached without the use of elemental chlorine.

The Neenah facility operates three paper machines, producing uncoated lightweight and film-coated grades, primarily for the book publishing industry. All book papers manufactured at the Neenah are alkaline (acid-free) and contain post-consumer waste as well as other recovered fibers. Approximately 450 tons of recycled-content papers are produced each day.


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