Recycled and Chain-of-Custody Certified Paper Products
Cleaner, greener paper products and production.
From using alternative fibers like abaca to developing recycled papers made from post-consumer waste, creating environmentally responsible papers and products is an ongoing effort we constantly improve upon. Using over 90% of the tree during the paper making process is part of that effort. The fiber is used to make paper and the lignin to make green energy, which helps reduce carbon emissions and pollution.
Every part of the production, including recovering, recycling and reusing water and black liquor; using elemental chlorine-free chemicals for bleaching; and using oxygen delignification is designed and operated to reduce our environmental footprint.
Evaluating existing products and developing new products to meet customer needs with minimal environmental impact are part of our New Product Development process. Recyclable products like our biodegradable teabag papers are a better alternative than plastic, which is used by some competitors.
Environmentally Responsible Products and Processes
Within the CFBU, the use of alternative fibers, such as abaca, allows Glatfelter to produce highly specialized products that meet our customers’ needs.
Our integrated mills have the flexibility to use pulp manufactured from post-consumer waste to make high-quality specialty papers and engineered products.
Clean Press technology enables us to use a "greener" chemical in the manufacturing process of our carbonless papers that lowers VOCs and improves product quality.
An organically based carbonless paper product, NatureSolv™ is made from naturally occurring solvents, making it more environmentally responsible than petroleum-based capsules. As the only manufacturer to offer NatureSolv™ Carbonless Capsule in all our carbonless brands, it retains the exceptional image quality required by customers while at the same time committing to the use of natural, renewable resources in our capsule technology, allowing us to be a responsible steward of our environment.
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