Appleton Coated Releases its Second Green Outlook
In its second-annual "Green Outlook," Appleton Coated shares up-to-the moment trends, opportunities and statistics for effectively communicating with consumers who identify with the green lifestyle. To request a copy of the newly released piece, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.utopiapaper.com.
"Our research found that consumers say it's important to them that printed materials reflect an environmentally responsible message. Knowing a company is mindful of its impact on the environment and society makes them more likely to buy the products and services, less concerned about the purchase price and more likely to recommend and be loyal to these companies," said Ferkó Goldinger, advertising and promotion manager. "The research also reveals that, while CEOs believe sustainability is critical to the success of their business, many consumers are unsure who is telling the truth."
Goldinger continued, "As the first coated mill to adopt extra post-consumer recovered fiber, Forest Stewardship Council certification and Green Power manufacturing, we have long-term experience in helping our customers meet the needs of their green messaging in print. We recommend the use of all three of these green product attributes, whenever possible. We work closely with customers to advise on the small choices that yield big rewards in optimizing their environmental savings."
Appleton Coated's "Green Outlook" showcases its Utopia brand of premium, coated papers offered in a range of options to achieve the environmental goals of printed communication projects. All Utopia products are FSC-certified and some are manufactured with up to 30 percent post-consumer fiber. All are either offered with Green Power as standard or with the ability to add it to the order.
In addition to Green Power manufacturing with renewable energy sources, Appleton Coated's "Green Outlook" highlights the company's focus on driving change through the supply chain, including:
• ISO 14001 Certification
• Solid waste reductions; re-use and recycling increases