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Office Max Offers Wind-Made Paper

February 2005 - OfficeMax Inc., one of the nation's largest providers of office supplies and services, announced that it is offering its North American business customers a 100% post-consumer recycled paper manufactured with wind power and certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). The paper is also made without the use of chlorine and chlorine compounds.

Mohawk Color Copy 100% Recycled Paper is manufactured by Mohawk Paper Mills, the only U.S. mill using wind energy in its paper-making process. In August 2003, Mohawk Paper Mills entered into a contract with Community Energy, Inc. to purchase four million kWh of wind power annually for its manufacturing facilities. The paper product will be available through contract orders.

News Release - OfficeMax Only National U.S. Office Products Supplier to Sell Recycled Paper Made With Wind Power

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