ECO-Edge + Sustainability

Why is Sustainability Important?

Simply stated, our global future depends on it. The importance of finding a sustainable future is rooted in three issues that are very much linked to one another: 1) fossil fuel depletion, 2) climate change due to CO2 emissions, and 3) the increasing costs of energy and water.

Why do we believe in sustainability?

Because we do not live in a box.

We are the first packaging company in California to be awarded both the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI®) Fiber Sourcing Certification and Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) Chain-of Custody Certification. You can use these prestigious organization’s logos on your own product and let the world know you uphold the highest environmental standards in forestry management and in the paper you buy.

The Eco-Edge

Together we can make a difference!

The world of packaging is a great place to shape better solutions. Because the truth is, reducing our ecological footprint will benefit everyone we know-from our customers and vendors to employees and their families. By improving our methods, we will all share the rewards of a harmonious planet, environmentally conscious products, and a healthy business Fleetwood-Fibre Packaging & Graphics believes that reducing our ecological footprint will not only benefit the planet, it will also benefit all our stakeholders, including you, our valued customers. Therefore, we are taking aggressive steps to build a sustainable enterprise.

OUR CERTIFICATIONS

Forest Stewardship Council®

FSC® certification ensures that products come from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits.

ISO 9001 certified

ISO has published 22170 International Standards and related documents, covering almost every industry, from technology, to food safety, to agriculture and healthcare. ISO International Standards impact everyone, everywhere.​

Sustainable Forestry Initiative®

The SFI® Fiber Sourcing Standard distinguishes SFI® from all other forest certification programs in that it governs how SFI® Program Participants procure fiber from certified forestland.