This week, we had the pleasure of announcing our exciting Cup to Cup: Closing the Loop partnership project — an innovative collaboration between Sustana Fiber and three other supply chain partners, working together to demonstrate that Starbucks cups could be recycled and turned into new cups.
Two types of recycled fiber – composed of either post-consumer reclaimed material or pre-consumer reclaimed material – can be used to make recycled paper. The two are fundamentally different, as specified in these definitions from the FSC®
Sustana partners with Alpine Waste & Recycling to recover items from trash Tens of billions of single-use coffee cups, many of which could have been recycled, end up in landfills each year in the United
John Cangany and Nicole DesNoyer talk about a zero-waste tradition dating back to founder Henry Ford, electric vehicles, and cover sustainable printing for Ford’s annual financial report.
Accelerating demands for sustainable products and responsible corporate behavior are reshaping the food, beverage and restaurant industries – and with them the food packaging industry.
Most consumers are unaware of the steps and parties involved in the process of transforming paper recovered from recycling bins into final products.
One small change made by Production Superintendent Phil Nysse at Sustana Fiber in De Pere, Wisconsin managed to reduce fresh water consumption at the plant by just under eight per cent per ton of fiber recycled, since 2016 when the change was made.
Sustainable Brands brings together the world’s leading sustainability experts, and there’s no shortage of thought-provoking conversations, compelling breakout sessions, new ideas and inspiration.
Sustana promotes and applies sustainable manufacturing and business practices to deliver premium, eco-friendly recycled fibers to customers across North America. One example of this is the unique food packaging product EnviroLife.