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 programs provide assurance that wood-based products have been procured from well-managed forests and are legally harvested. While Sappi does not own any forestland in North America, our foresters provide active forest management services for landowners within our procurement zones.
Each year, about two-thirds of our revenue is spent on materials and services needed to make our products.
Whenever possible, we source from local suppliers near our facilities. This helps us shorten our supply chain and reduce risk. Proximity allows us to know our suppliers and ensure they produce our materials and render services responsibly, in addition to strengthening the local economy.
BJ’s Wholesale Club likes to support the small farms that make it their goal to grow and sell quality local produce for their communities.
That’s why BJ’s is once again partnering with the Macrie Brothers Farm located in Hammonton, New Jersey, known as the “Blueberry Capital of the World.” For more than 60 years, the Macrie family has been growing some of the finest blueberries.
Watch how their commitment of working together as a family results in the most delicious and freshest blueberries for BJ's Wholesale Club members year after year.
Responsible manufacturing begins with responsible procurement.
For the wood products industry, it is paramount that our natural resources are used sustainably. Wood supplies the bulk of renewable energy that drives our mills, and cellulose fibers comprise the primary ingredient in our paper and pulp products, making healthy and abundant forests critical to the long-term viability of each of our core businesses.
Multinationals like Coca Cola, Interface and others are making public commitments to ramp up their sustainability efforts across the supply chain in response to escalating consumer pressure, the “compliance” squeeze and a desire to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
Atlanta, GA, October 28, 2014 /3BL Media/ — CBRE Global Corporate Services (GCS) held its fourth annual S.E.E.S Conference last week in Atlanta, GA. The conference, named for the four major service categories of Integrated Facilities Management (Sourcing, Engineering, Energy and Sustainability), highlighted new ideas and innovations in global workplace operations.