Road through forest

Labels that count for something

By choosing our carbon neutral office paper Multicopy Zero you make an extra contribution to save the planet, sheet by sheet. But all three products in the Multicopy family have excellent sustainability credentials, and they all meet the strict requirements of the EU Ecolabel, the Nordic Swan label and FSC. Actually, more than 90 percent of Stora Enso’s paper brands are covered by at least one ecolabel.

The resources Stora Enso puts into achieving and maintaining these certificates is a token of the company’s immense commitment to ensure renewability and reduce greenhouse gas emission.

This article presents the many ways in which Stora Enso ensures that paper can be made at peace with the environment.

Read more about the eco-labels of Multicopy here.

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