A term to describe papers that have a colour similar to that of wood; also called cream, off-white or ivory.
NCR Papers (No Carbon Required)
Specially coated papers that will react to pressure to produce duplicate copies without the use of carbon.
The relatively low grade paper on which newspapers are printed; it is mainly produced from mechanical pulp and recycled fibres.
A unit of measure used in screen fabric tensioning.
Non-Governmental Organisation. Term applied to organisations such as charities and pressure groups. Environmental NGOs (sometimes referred to as ENGOs) include Friends of the Earth (FoE), the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Greenpeace.
An environmental label encouraging production methods that create minimum environmental impact. Evaluation for paper is based upon strict limits for emissions and effluent from pulp and paper mills. See: www.svanen.nu/Eng/