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The Differences Between Recyclable, Compostable, and Biodegradable Packaging.
From nutrition facts to washing instructions, packaging can teach you a lot about a product – including information about its disposal. Properly discarding an item and its packaging is a crucial step in the life cycle of a purchase. Whether something is recyclable, compostable, or biodegradable, buyers and brands must be aware of these commonly used terms.
Seaman Paper partners with NGO Canopy to protect and conserve forests.
As more and more companies begin their transition from plastic packaging to fiber-based or paper packaging, we recognize the importance of sourcing these fibers as responsibly as possible to protect and conserve Ancient and Endangered Forests. At Seaman Paper, we believe that sustainable business leadership is a fundamental component of long-term transformation, which is why we are excited to officially be a Canopy Pack4Good partner.
Seaman Paper receives EcoVadis Silver rating in recognition for sustainability performance.
At Seaman Paper, we are constantly striving to improve how we work, the products we create, and the impact we leave on our planet and local communities. Our motto – People, paper, packaging, for a sustainable world
Seaman Paper teams up with Plastic Pollution Coalition to reduce worldwide single-use plastic packaging waste
The damage that single-use plastics cause to the planet has grown exponentially as a result of widespread use in eCommerce, retail, and other industries. In fact, half of the plastic
Seaman Paper’s “Let There Be (LED) Light” Program Earns AF&PA Sustainability Award
Sustainability is one of Seaman Paper’s core values. As an industry leader, we strive to make progress toward a cleaner planet via initiatives that significantly minimize the impact we have on the environment