Penguin is transitioning to 100% recycled paper
Penguin Random House India (PRHI) has committed to transitioning its book production to use 100% recycled paper. The shift will take place in a phased manner and has already begun with the printing of text content in books on this eco-friendly paper.
Commenting on the development, Sanjiv Gupta, COO, Penguin Random House India, says, “We have been testing 100% recycled content paper for some time now, and we are not only assured of its organic source and ecological production process but also ensured that it doesn’t diminish the reading experience. This development aligns with the energy and environmentally efficient practices we have been adapting over time.”
Penguin is sourcing this 100% recycled paper from an Indian paper mill, and it was developed with careful observations that meet Penguin’s paper and production quality.