Responsibly Sourced Papers

Our factories in Zhejiang, Shenzhen and Vietnam are FSC® Chain-of-Custody (CoC) certified. With our wide array of options for paper-based hang tags and packaging, including FSC® certified papers and recycled post-consumer waste paper substrates, we help our customers create products that contribute to global conservation, community well-being and economic stability.

The Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) is an organization that defines a strict set of standards that paper products must meet in order to prove that they are truly environmentally and socially responsible. The Chain-of-Custody process ensures our customers that the FSC®-certified products they purchase are coming from responsibly managed sources.

Alternative Options

We also offer alternative eco-friendly alternative solutions that utilize nonconventional materials:

Stone Paper

Manufactured from calcium carbonate bonded with high-density polyethylene (HDPE). Besides eliminating the need to harvest trees, stone paper is an environmentally-friendly option because it does not require water in the manufacturing process.

Cotton Paper

Cotton is the purest form of cellulose produced in nature and it requires the least amount of processing before it can be used to make high quality paper.

Sugarcane Paper

This tree-free solution utilizes a sugarcane by-product called bagasse that is traditionally burned or landfilled. Bagasse is more sustainable than wood pulp as sugarcane plants mature more quickly and can be harvested multiple times a year.

Bamboo Paper

Bamboo is the fastest growing species of plant on the planet, its fast rate or renewal makes it a sustainable option for paper-making. With soft and strong properties, bamboo paper is biodegradable and easily recyclable.

Plant-based Plastic

An alternative to petroleum based plastics, sugarcane and corn starch plastics are compostable renewable, compostable and require less energy to produce.

PEVA

Polyethylene vinyl acetate (PEVA) is a chloride free alternative that is nontoxic and biodegradable.

Stone Paper

Manufactured from calcium carbonate bonded with high-density polyethylene (HDPE). Besides eliminating the need to harvest trees, stone paper is an environmentally-friendly option because it does not require water in the manufacturing process.

Cotton Paper

Cotton is the purest form of cellulose produced in nature and it requires the least amount of processing before it can be used to make high quality paper.

Sugarcane Paper

This tree-free solution utilizes a sugarcane by-product called bagasse that is traditionally burned or landfilled. Bagasse is more sustainable than wood pulp as sugarcane plants mature more quickly and can be harvested multiple times a year.

Bamboo Paper

Bamboo is the fastest growing species of plant on the planet, its fast rate or renewal makes it a sustainable option for paper-making. With soft and strong properties, bamboo paper is biodegradable and easily recyclable.

Plant-based Plastic

An alternative to petroleum based plastics, sugarcane and corn starch plastics are compostable renewable, compostable and require less energy to produce.

PEVA

Polyethylene vinyl acetate (PEVA) is a chloride free alternative that is nontoxic and biodegradable.

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