At Rolland, our papers include up to 100% post-consumer recycled content. We power our manufacturing process with sustainable biogas and use recycled water, further reducing the environmental impact of our papers.
Ask companies working in the consumer-packaged goods (CPG) sector and they’ll tell you that gaining a competitive edge can be a challenge. Shoppers are inundated with choice and standing out, both in and out of the store, is tough.
The smart – and most successful – companies have been paying attention to this growing trend and setting goals for their corporate sustainability efforts.
The magazine highlights the importance of recycled paper in protecting the environment, including thought-provoking content, and tips for commercial and digital printing.
Along with meeting rigorous standards to ensure our products and materials are responsibly sourced, it’s also our way to stay transparent about our sustainability efforts.
When it comes to reducing waste for our planet’s long-term health, it’s important to understand the distinction between recyclable and recycled.
Many Americans toss away packaging without much thought, resulting in the United States – at 4.4 percent of the world’s population – producing 20 percent of the world’s trash.
The world has changed significantly since the first Earth Day, just shy of 50 years ago. Everything from cars to clothes to how we communicate has shifted dramatically.
Nothing competes with the tactile pleasure of thumbing through a well-printed magazine, or the comfort of curling up with a great book. And recycled post-consumer paper adds to print’s appeal, aligned with society’s growing embrace of environmental responsibility.