SFPNA Sustainability Report 2012

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SFPNA Sustainability Report 2012

Sappi Fine Paper North America understands our commitment to making sustainability a priority extends beyond our mill gates to local communities, customers and industry partners worldwide. Our second annual regional publication, Sappi Fine Paper North America’s 2012 Sustainability Report highlights our strong sustainability performance over the last several years, in addition to corporate governance, global initiatives and human interest stories.

Read the full SFPNA Sustainability Report 2012 at: http://www.na.sappi.com/eQ/index.html

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SFPNA Sustainability Report 2012: Customers
Printers, graphic designers, advertising agencies, publishers, marketing communication managers and others are held accountable by their own management, clients and general public. SFPNA’s stance is to support them by being transparent and forthright in our environmental practices and educational in our communications. eQ Journal and Online Tool SFPNA’s...
Mar 15, 2013 4:30 PM ET
SFPNA Sustainability Report 2012: Local Communities
Sappi is not only important to the local economies, but it is very much a part of the region’s history. SFPNA’s economic impact on the communities in which we operate extends beyond being a major employer. Our workforces support the local businesses, from supermarkets and gas stations to restaurants and repair shops. In addition, SFPNA as a company is vital to...
Mar 13, 2013 10:45 AM ET
SFPNA Sustainability Report 2012: Employees
Sappi Fine Paper North America (SFPNA) wants employees to feel they have a bright future at a company that cares about their health and well-being. Safety First For SFPNA, identifying safety risks is an ongoing process and our three paper mills in Cloquet, Westbrook and Somerset are all certified for meeting the Occupational Health Safety...
Mar 8, 2013 11:15 AM ET
SFPNA Sustainability Report 2012: Recycled Fiber
All of SFPNA’s coated fine papers are recyclable, and we are strong proponents of educational outreach regarding the recovery of paper. Avoiding Prescriptive Policies We do not believe that the use of recovered fiber is a one-size-fits-all solution and we promote a practice of “best use” for recycled fiber in paper products. Ultimately, the use of...
Feb 25, 2013 5:00 PM ET
SFPNA Sustainability Report 2012: Energy and Emissions
Energy is the third largest draw on our operating costs behind wood fiber and chemicals. As such, we hold a long-standing commitment to control energy usage. Environmental impact is affected not only by the amount of energy, but also by the type of energy consumed. SFPNA has made significant effort to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to separate...
Feb 22, 2013 11:45 AM ET