Going circular

At Sappi, we're cultivating more value and purpose from every tree. With recyclable woodfibre products, we're accelerating the transition to the circular bio-based economy our planet demands. 
We’ve learned that what’s in your paper is only part of the picture. Responsible sourcing of materials is critical, and we must also consider the environmental impacts of manufacturing—including the impacts associated with processing recovered paper.
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.
A sweet success
The recyclability of products has become just as important to consumers as quality and price. At the same time, consumers are also insisting on food packaging that’s safe.
Cooking with gas: circularity in action
Matane Mill in Quebec produces its own biogas from raw process wastewater using anaerobic reactor technology.
A responsible solution
There is a global movement to limit or eliminate solvent-based casting systems in order to reduce chemical waste and pollution.
In 2020, Sappi North America launched Verticals: Fashion Marketing, the second instalment of our educational series for marketers, ahead of New York Fashion Week.
Taking dye sublimation papers into the future
The personalisation of fashion and home textiles is a growing trend, so we want to help our customers meet the changing needs of consumers around the world.
Consumers around the world are concerned about the effect of plastic-based packaging on the world’s oceans and on the climate. Paper packaging is a renewable, sustainable alternative.
With innovation and ingenuity, we are making our business and yours more eco-effective—reducing waste, emissions and maximising material and resource use at every opportunity. 

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