Category: PaperFutures

GRAPHIC ARTS MAGAZINE: Rolland Paper Mill sets bold new eco-precedent for forest conservation

Originally published in Graphic Arts Magazine by Tony Curcio.  Rolland Enterprises (St-Jérôme, Quebec), the Canadian-based producer of fine recycled paper, has announced its commitment to advance the protection of endangered forests, engage in research and development of alternatives to tree fibre, and avoid all controversial forest fibre sources. With this policy, developed in cooperation with international environmental … Continued

L’usine de papier Rolland crée un précédent écologique pour la conservation des forêts

St-Jérôme, Vancouver, 23 septembre 2015 – En tant que producteur canadien de papier recyclé de spécialité, Les entreprises Rolland inc. est heureuse d’annoncer son engagement à contribuer à la protection des forêts en péril. De plus, la compagnie souhaite investir dans la recherche et le développement en vue de trouver de nouvelles fibres et ainsi éviter … Continued

Printing Impressions: Canopy’s latest guide for business ranks North American printers on sustainability performance

Originally published in Printing Impressions. International environmental not-for-profit Canopy has released a report that profiles the environmental performance of North America’s largest printers at Sustainable Brands, a conference where major print customers are gathered. “The Blueline Report 2015: North American Printers: Sustainability, Transparency, Paper Sourcing and Forest Conservation” ranks major printers on a set of 29 key … Continued

New business guide ranks printers

Meeting your sustainability goals requires partners whose own policies and practices support you in hitting your targets. Printers are the gatekeepers to the eco-qualities of your paper products — be it your annual report or latest marketing materials.

New guide for business ranks printers on sustainability performance

Canopy finds gap widening between top performers and those slow to move San Diego, Vancouver – Today international environmental not-for-profit, Canopy, released a report that profiles the environmental performance of North America’s largest printers at Sustainable Brands, a conference where major print customers are gathered. The Blueline Report 2015: North American Printers: Sustainability, Transparency, Paper Sourcing … Continued

Canopy welcomes Canada’s leading recycled paper manufacturer’s latest initiative

Cascades continues to raise the bar Montreal, August 21, 2014: Cascades, the Quebec-based manufacturer of packaging and tissue products, has pioneered the use of recycled fibres since it’s foundation in 1964. Today, environmental not-for-profit Canopy is acknowledging the company’s continued sustainability leadership as Cascades adopts a new sustainable procurement practice. Cascades states that the company: … Continued

Ancient Forest Friendly Awards Open

Coveted Ancient Forest Friendly™ Awards Now Open for Entry July 9, 2014, Vancouver: Today Canopy is pleased to announce the 2014 Ancient Forest Friendly™ Awards are open for entry. Using our concise and simple on-line survey, a few minutes of your time puts your brand in the running for recognition in meeting the gold standard … Continued

Canopy welcomes RR Donnelley’s newly released paper procurement practices

Vancouver, June 18, 2014: When the biggest ship in the harbour sets sail, it creates a wake that rocks all other boats. RR Donnelley is the ocean liner of North American printers and the recent inclusion of its paper purchasing sustainability practices on their corporate website is likely to spread ripples throughout the entire printing … Continued

Businesses for Boreal conservation

Buyers of Canada’s forest products count on both a reliable flow of goods and increasing levels of sustainability in the fibre they purchase. They support scientifically valid levels of protection that also ensures a steady supply of forest fibre into the future.

Des entreprises appuient la conservation de la forêt boréale

Les grands acheteurs de produits forestiers canadiens comptent sur un approvisionnement fiable et sur un niveau de durabilité environnementale de plus en plus élevé.

Ten tips to put your business at the forefront of forest conservation

By Neva Murtha, originally published in Print Action magazine. This past March, Canopy, North America’s environ- mental publishing organization, launched an online Printer Leadership List showcasing actions leading printers have taken to reduce their impact on forests. The list is designed to help printers identify pragmatic ways to implement a visionary paper purchasing policy that … Continued

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