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 first of Sustana Fiber’s ‘Conversations with Green Champions’ is with Scott Byrne, Director of Government Affairs for the Carton Council, which has helped to expand food and beverage carton recycling to more than 72 million American homes.
Labelcraft’s Recyclable Enviroliner is the first label release liner that is both 100 per cent recyclable and made of 100 per cent post-consumer recycled paper
Conversations around recycling and the perils of landfills at capacity are now mainstream for both consumers and businesses. But it’s not all negative – in fact, a lot of productive conversations are happening around opportunities in this space.
Forbes’ Erik Kobayashi-Solomon featured Rolland in his piece, highlighting the companies making a mark with their circular economy innovations.
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.