Sub site and hub for all things sustainable

Stora Enso sub-site and hub for all things sustainable

At Stora Enso, sustainability is about making responsible decisions. Not just when it comes to the environmental impact, but also in a social and economic sense.

By launching a paper sub-site and hub developed by our sustainability team, we provide you with a go-to-website for sustainable offerings. The hub requires a user profile – please sign-up to access downloadable content and further information.

"– On this site, we systematically store the relevant documents that are most asked for by our customers. Our FSC/PEFC/Ecolabel/ISO certificates, Paper profiles and REACH declarations etc. can now be easily downloaded, comments Klaus Barduna, SVP of Sustainability at Stora Enso Paper."

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