Step 5: Enter a Target Paper I
The Target Paper is an alternative paper to be compared to the Baseline Paper. Enter the paper information.
Type of paper based on degree of porosity, reflectivity, stiffness, opacity, smoothness, and gloss. Some of the most common grades of paper are free sheet (copy paper), groundwood (newspaper), supercalendered (newspaper inserts), corrugated, and paperboard.
The percentage of PRE- and POST-consumer recycled fiber used in your paper. See entries in our glossary section on postconsumer fiber and preconsumer fiber.
For pulp composition and bleaching technologies, select either National Averages (this is most commonly used) or you can enter customized settings.