Neenah Paper Joins Forces With Fey Publishing To Promote Environmental responsibility
Press release from the issuing company
ROSWELL, Ga. (August 13, 2004) — Neenah Paper announces a partnership with Fey Publishing Company of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., which has recently received chain-of-custody certification from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). As a result of this partnership, Fey Publishing Company will help promote Neenah Paper’s recycled ENVIRONMENT Brand as a preferred line of products.
“As early supporters of environmentally friendly products and practices, Fey Publishing has long been committed to offering recycled papers that are made in the most responsible manner possible,” says Scott Gasch, President of the company. “And premium recycled papers today perform as well as nonrecycled options. For these reasons, we are excited about our new partnership with Neenah Paper.”
Chain-of-custody certification applies to companies that produce or trade forest products, including printers and paper manufacturers. It assures that the companies’ products — such as the ENVIRONMENT Brand from Neenah Paper — come from well-managed forests, according to FSC’s internationally recognized standards.
The papers are available in four categories:
- ENVIRONMENT 100% Post-Consumer Fiber,which is made without chlorine and uses no new tree fiber. Therefore, this alternative offers the most environmental savings.
- ENVIRONMENT FSC Certified,ensuring the paper meets the Forest Stewardship Council’s standards for sustainable forest management.
- ENVIRONMENT Alternative Fiber,containing 50 percent sugar cane bagasse and 50 percent recycled fiber, including 30 percent post consumer materials.
- ENVIRONMENT 100% Recycled,including 30 percent post consumer fiber.
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