Since the very inception of our company, we have had a clear stand on environmental issues. As we deal in paper which is a natural product, the business needed to be made environmentally friendly and sustainable.
Working on this principle & leading the eco revolution in India, we became the 1st paper company in India to be FSC®-COC certified in the year 2009. Furthermore, we proudly stock the largest collection of eco-friendly papers from suppliers, all of whom are also FSC®-COC certified.
Deeply committed towards the cause of sustainable business, we are proud to say that our entire range supports sustainability and the 'green' business practise as they are eco-friendly. Chlorine-free, recyclable papers & FSC® papers are available on request.
FSC® is an international not for-profit, multi-stakeholder organization established in 1993 to promote responsible management of the world’s forests.
FSC® works to improve forest management across the world. It ensures best social and environmental practices.
It brings direct benefits to the forest, such as protecting biodiversity, indigenous peoples' rights, workers’ rights, and areas of significant environmental or cultural importance.
This mark aims to certify the origin of paper. It suggests that the fibers have been obtained from integrated and sustainable forestry operations, where controlled felling and replanting policies are enacted.
This indicates that the product can be further recycled.
The natural pH mark indicates the neutral status of the paper, generally determined by the use of so-called “acid-free” production process. The pH level is calculated by using a water extract from the Paper.
This mark certifies the product’s conformity with the CE94/62 “concentration of heavy metals in packaging”. It is the directive defining the maximum concentration of heavy metals such as cadmium, chrome, mercury and lead.
The long life mark is based on ISO9706 “long-life paper” standard which defines the requirement for such papers. It especially comprises wood pulp or semi-chemical pulp, not exceeding 5%. The pH level is calculated from the water extract between 7.5 and 10, and an alkaline reserve (buffer) higher than 2%.
This mark (also known as E.C.F) ensures total absence of derivative organic chlorine.