paper

Sappi North America is a Shining Example of Sustainability

(3BL Media/Justmeans) Can an industry that creates products from trees be sustainable? The US forest products industry proves it is possible. Accounting for 6 percent of the country’s total manufacturing GDP, the industry places a premium on recycling and using renewable energy. Over 66 percent of the paper consumed in 2011 was recovered. Consisting of about 250 companies, the industry is the leading generator and user of renewable energy.

Building Environmental Restaurants the Yum Brands Way

(3BL/JustMeans) The company that owns the fast food chains Taco Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut takes green building seriously. Yum Brands is a member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) and has built over 30 LEED certified buildings in nine countries. The company’s LEED certification total was the second highest among restaurateurs in 2015.

Sappi Wants Its Environmental Impact To Be Positive

(3BL/JustMeans) Sappi Limited is a South African pulp and paper company with global operations, including Sappi North America. A company that operates globally can have a big environmental impact. And now, Sappi has decided to make its large impact a more positive one.

Domtar’s Acquisition of Xerox Paper Business Lays Ground for Continued Sustainability Progress

When Domtar recently announced its acquisition of the Xerox North American paper business, I wondered what the positive sustainability impact would be.

Is Paper Sustainable? New Campaign Says It Is Good For Trees

New campaign highlights paper's environmental credentials.

Subscribe to paper