Product stewardship

Forest products like paper, paper packaging and dissolving pulp are sustainable, renewable alternatives to fossil fuel-derived products such as plastic. Discover how in this FAQ.
Paper is a renewable and recyclable material that can be a responsible choice in your print and digital media mix. This FAQ shows how with a focus on Southern Africa where Sappi was born in 1936.
With the EU microplastic ban set to become law in 2022, demand for natural and green solutions in the personal care and homecare market in Europe is at an all-time high.
We're creating a thriving world by unlocking the power of renewable resources to benefit people, communities and the planet. This isn't a report, it's our story with an invitation to join us.
The over 16,000 suppliers that are part of Sappi’s global value chain are essential to our business. From providing woodfibre and other raw materials to energy and logistics, they support us in making the everyday products that our customers need worldwide.
Sappi Limited, a global forest products leader, is proud to announce that its South African division has been awarded the first ever Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) forest management certificate in South Africa.
Sappi has achieved a major industry first in South Africa and a win for sustainable forestry in the country.
Graeme Wild, Sappi's Group Head of Investor Relations and Sustainability, outlines how we're meeting the challenges of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) head-on.
While the basics of papermaking process has changed very little over the centuries, woodfibre only became the main raw material for mass paper production in the mid-19th century. The key advantage of using woodfibre is that it is a natural renewable resource.
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