At Monadnock Paper Mills we are serious about supporting our world’s forests. That is why all Monadnock printing and packaging papers meet Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) standards and bear the FSC logo. Technical/specialty paper grades may be manufactured to FSC standards upon request. (License Code: FSC C018866)
FSC stands for the Forest Stewardship Council®. It is the world’s most trusted responsible forest certification. The FSC logo signifies that the wood or paper product or material originated from responsible sources including forests managed carefully with trees, animals, and local community benefit at heart.
FSC stands against illegal logging and deforestation, stands up for rare and endangered species, for Indigenous Peoples’ rights and workers’ rights, and FSC meets high environmental standards. In fact, FSC is helping to achieve 40 targets under 14 of 17 of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). FSC stands against illegal logging and deforestation, stands up for rare and endangered species, for Indigenous Peoples’ rights and workers’ rights, and FSC meets high environmental standards.
So the next time you see the FSC logo on one of our printing or packaging papers, you’ll know that it’s helping to keep our forests for all forever. You can learn more about FSC at www.fsc.org.
What do the FSC® labels mean?
FSC labels can be found on millions of products around the world: from toilet rolls to paper towels, wood to furniture, clothing to books, packaging, and more. But what does it all mean? Simply put, all FSC labels provide consumers with the assurance that the product they are buying, or material used to make it, comes from a responsible source and has been verified to meet FSC’s strict environmental and social standards.