TYPES OF PAPER

UNI EN 643:2014
Group 2: Medium grades
Group 1 includes all those papers, cartons, magazines, graphic paper to be deinked, of ordinary quality.
2.01 Newspapers

Newspapers, containing a maximum of 5% of newspapers or advertisements coloured in the mass.

2.02.00 Unsold newspapers not intended for deinking

Unsold newspapers, which may contain inserts originally circulated with the publication. No additional inserts allowed. Paper products not suitable for deinking are allowed.

2.02.01 Unsold newspapers

Unsold newspapers, which may contain inserts originally circulated with the publication. No additional inserts allowed.

2.03 (2.03.01) Lightly printed white shavings

Lightly printed white shavings, mainly mechanical pulp-based paper.

2.05.00 Ordinary sorted office paper

Paper, as typically generated by offices, shredded or unshredded, printed, may contain coloured papers, with a minimum 60 % wood-free paper, free of carbon and principally free from carbonless copy paper (ccp)/no carbon required (NCR), less than 10 % unbleached fibres including manila envelopes and file covers, less than 5 % newspapers and packaging.

2.06.00 Ordinary sorted coloured letters

Paper, as typically generated by offices, shredded or unshredded, lightly printed, mass coloured paper allowed, but no deep coloured papers, with a minimum of 70 % woodfree paper, free of carbon and principally free of carbonless copy paper (ccp)/no carbon required (NCR), free of manila envelopes, file covers, newspapers and cardboard.

2.07.00 White woodfree bookquire

Books or their shavings, without hard covers, mainly of white woodfree paper, mainly black printed, containing a maximum of 10 % coated paper.