Held to Fiber Standards: Read More About Sappi's Conversion to Dissolving Pulp

One hundred percent of our fiber is procured in accordance with the SFI® Fiber Sourcing standard as well as the FSC® Controlled Wood standard.

These third-party certification programs provide assurance that wood-based products have been procured from well-managed forests and are legally harvested. In 2013 we converted our pulp mill at the Cloquet facility to manufacture dissolving pulp; as such, we are purchasing more kraft fiber than in prior years to support the papermaking operations at that mill. All of our purchased pulp was certified by one or more standards, which is reflected in higher FSC® fiber numbers as well as higher “triple certified” fiber.

The Travels of Market Pulp

Domtar pulp sales VP Lewis Fix looks at the growing market for market pulp in China

“You mean you actually make things and ship them TO China? Wow, I didn’t think that happened.” That was the surprised response from the traveler sitting next to me on a recent flight back from China, when I explained what it is I do. (When I asked him the same, he said he was in the “Christmas industry,” his company makes Christmas lights.)

The Secret Lifecycle of Recycled Paper

How well do you know the lifecycle of recycled paper?

As much as technology surrounds us, we are far from being a paperless society — from sales receipts to instruction manuals to children’s homework, paper is an intrinsic part of our society. Fortunately, paper is also fairly easy to recycle, and comes from a renewable (albeit slowly renewable) resource.

ReportAlert.info - Fibria Celulose SA publishes Sustainability Report 2009

The report is based on a Materiality Matrix, derived from a survey of Fibria's various stakeholders
Press Release

(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) December 20, 2010 - Fibria Celulose, the world’s leading producer of market pulp, has issued its first Sustainability Report, describing the company’s achievements and challenges in the economic, financial, social and environmental spheres during 2009.

The information presented in the report is based on a Materiality Matrix, derived from a survey of Fibria’s various stakeholders. A total of 85 individuals, inside and outside the company, highlighted the issues they considered to be most important to the company’s sustainability:


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