UPS Using Technology to Offer “Green” Pickup Option
April 1, 2010

UPS, Atlanta, announced a new cost-effective and convenient “green” pickup option for small- to medium-sized businesses, becoming the first in its industry to automate the process of having drivers stop at customer locations to pick up packages.

Sustainable Forestry Initiative Releases New Standard
February 1, 2010

Sustainable Forestry 
Initiative released a new forest certification standard supporting sustainable forest management. The result of an 18-month public review, the new SFI 2010-2014 Standard 
included revisions that:

SGP Partnership Surpasses 15 Certified SGP Printers
February 1, 2010

Headquartered in Loveland, Ohio, The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership announced that it has certified two locations of Jet, Bolingbrook and Downers Grove, Ill., as SGP Printers, bringing the total number to 16 certified facilities.

Wright Enterprises Gets FSC-Certified
February 1, 2010

Portland, Oregon-based Wright Enterprises has earned its multiplant chain-of-custody FSC certification for the company’s Portland, Ore. and Kent, Wash. facilities.

PaperWorks Receives FSC Certification
January 1, 2010

Philadelphia-based PaperWorks Industries announced that it has 
received Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody certification for some of its production across its MasterWorks line of products.

Sun Chemical Shows Its Green
January 1, 2010

Parsippany, New Jersey-based Sun Chemical recently released its first sustainability report, which provides performance measurement for seven key sustainability metrics as a means to help customers and consumers understand the company’s environmental footprint.

Capturing CO2 = Greener 2Morrow
November 1, 2009

The Department of Energy (DOE) is funding the first-ever feasibility study that may lead to a reduction in greenhouse gases caused by the $140 billion pulp, paper and paperboard industry.

Down to Earth
October 1, 2009

Paper and electronic media can co-exist even in a more environmentally friendly tomorrow, despite popular misconceptions.