All Seaman Paper SatinWrap solid color tissue papers are now FSC certified.
As part of Seaman Paper’s expanded offering of Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) certified papers, we are proud to announce that all 69 solid color (including natural kraft and white) tissue papers in our signature SatinWrap® line are now FSC® certified – an important milestone in our continued commitment to sustainable practices and products.
FSC® certification is the gold standard for responsible forest management practices that provide meaningful environmental, social, and economic benefits. Verification through the supply chain in accordance with FSC® Chain of Custody standards ensures that SatinWrap® colors are made with materials sourced from FSC® certified forests, recycled material, or controlled wood. This effort ensures these forests continue to provide habitat for wildlife, purify drinking water, prevent soil erosion, and mitigate the effects of climate change by sequestering carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
As industry leaders, we are thrilled to confirm our alignment with these rigorous requirements. FSC® certification makes an exciting addition to our ongoing Soft Steps Forward Initiative – a sustainability commitment that is at the core of everything we do at Seaman Paper.
"We're very pleased that Seaman Paper is able to make FSC® certified papers available across our SatinWrap® portfolio,” said Seaman Paper Sustainability Manager Peter Jones. “Only about 10 percent of the world’s forests are certified today and much work remains to be done to promote responsible sourcing. We believe being a good steward of our environmental resources will make us a stronger, more competitive company, better able to support and satisfy our broad customer base."
Meeting the environmental objectives of customers and brand owners is more important and in-demand than ever. That’s why when you purchase FSC® certified SatinWrap® from Seaman Paper, you become a partner in this critical work and pass the value on to your customers.
Solid color SatinWrap® tissue papers have already been proven to enhance brand quality and value perception. Becoming the superior sustainability choice on top of that is an important way that we’ve strengthened the value of SatinWrap®. In fact, sustainable packaging is a major (and growing) expectation from today’s consumers. When it comes to serving loyal customers and attracting new ones, offering sustainable packaging is not only preferred – it is essential.
Deliver better outcomes for forests, people, and markets – today and for future generations with SatinWrap® from Seaman Paper.
View our complete 2021 SatinWrap® Catalog here.
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