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Environment

Environment


Unibag is committed to the protection of the Earth resources through recycling and the promotion of paper as a renewable, sustainable resource in replacement to the excess use of plastic products that are irreversibly polluting both land and sea. We recycle 100% of our paper waste and are making committed efforts’ towards using recycled paper in the making of our bags. Along with our valued business partners, our combined efforts are assisting in protecting the environment and our planet.

 

FSCTM CERTIFICATION
As a company, we took the initiative to become a more active player in the international movement to support resources sustainability.


 

 

In 2011, we became Forest Stewardship CouncilTM (FSCTM) certificate holder. The FSCTM promotes environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial and economically viable management of the world’s forest. FSCTM unique role is to bring together people, organization and business to develop consensus-based solutions that promote responsible stewardship of the world’s forests.

 



 

 



Our certification from the FOREST STEWARDSHIP COUNCILTM (FSCTM) reflects Unibag’s dedication to this initiative.                          

Please look for FSCTM certified products. www.info.fsc.org



GREEN BUSINESS INITIATIVE

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In 2017, Unibag signed the Green Business Pledge as an expression of moral commitment to a greener corporate behavior, because being environmentally responsible is no longer an option, but a necessity facing nowadays serious ecological challenges. 

For more information about the Green Business Initiative please visit www.green.opportunities.com.lb



PAPER IS GREENER THAN YOU THINK

Is your knowledge of paper production fact or fiction? The link below will take you to a website to help you sort out the truths from the misconceptions. The good news is, it’s not bad news. Paper production is not the bully to the environment that people generally believe it is.
Does an increase in paper production result in fewer forests? You might automatically think so, but when you know the facts, you might just be surprised. Although trees are associated with paper production, the raw materials derived from it produce a wide array of products. The wood itself can build everything from a church pew to a rollercoaster, the sawdust contributes to particle board and fuel, the bark and cork are key ingredients to decorative mulch, shoes and baseballs. But it’s the pulping of the wood that takes credit for the paper products you use every day. Not just books, boxes and grocery bags, but products like turpentine, jigsaw puzzles and artificial kidney membranes. When you think about all the products that can be assembled, and the tree is the main ingredient, it might just make you appreciate them a little more.

Companies, who need the trees for their product, know their value. That is why huge steps are made every day to combat the possible loss of forestry.

Visit the following website to find the answer and delve into further misconceptions such as:
 

  • Does making paper destroy forests?
  • Does making paper consume a lot of energy and fossil fuels?
  • Are our landfills growing because of paper?
  • Is it better to use new or recycled paper?

Find the answers, along with helpful explanations at www.paperbecause.com/paper-is-sustainable/paper-truth-or-fiction

ABOUT "PAPER BECAUSE"

The "PAPER because" campaign was created by Domtar, a global leader in paper manufacturing and environmental responsibility, to highlight the key role paper plays in our lives and the reasons why it’s an environmentally sound choice. Through this campaign they are addressing the common misconceptions about paper and demonstrate why paper is truly a renewal sustainable resource and a responsible choice for consumers. As they say “Paper is good. Pass it on.”