For more than six decades, we have been passionately dedicated to the production of recycled paper, helping to conserve natural resources and reduce environmental impact. Our mill has always been a benchmark in reducing waste, incorporating sustainable practices at the heart of our business. We are constantly working to minimise our environmental impact, adhering to ESG principles and supporting the transition to a circular economy.
We are proud to support the goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda and the European Union’s Green Deal, promoting sustainable development and social well-being. Our success story is a testament to the possibility of combining tradition with innovation, demonstrating that it is possible to produce high-quality paper while respecting the environment.
Recycled paper is our passion, and our ESG commitment is a demonstration of our deep respect for the environment and the community.
We understand that sustainability is the future, which is why we undertake to keep the paper cycle alive, minimizing impacts and contributing to the circular economy.
Our mill is committed to protecting the environment (E) and demonstrating our engagement to environmental sustainability by limitating the impact on nature through the production of recycled paper, reducing water consumption and CO2 emissions.
We are proud to be a company that embraces social values (S), investing in our local communities, ensuring respect for civil and labour rights such as attention to working conditions, combating all forms of discrimination by promoting a culture of social responsibility.
We are committed to the principles of good governance, ensuring that our actions are aligned with the Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection Goals. Our mission is based on principles of transparency, ethics and corporate responsibility, ensuring excellent resource management and promoting social well-being and environmental conservation for future generations.
The first goal achieved by Cartiere Saci was to certify its emissions according to the ISO 14064-1 GHG/INV0021 standard.
The standard defines the requirements and guidelines for the quantification and reporting of GHG emissions at the company level, allowing the identification of the CFO – Carbon Footprint of the Organization. It promotes the development of projects for the reduction of emissions, allowing the implementation of targeted programs based on certified data.
The Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) is a voluntary certification applicable to all products and services regardless of their use or position in the supply chain. It is an information and communication tool between producers, distributors and consumers aimed at enhancing products and services and implementing a system of continuous improvement of product environmental quality. The EPD is based on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) methodology.