Global Forest & Trade Network
Why It Matters
Twenty-three percent of McDonald's Corporation's fiber-based packaging (such as hot cups, carry out bags and clamshells) is certified or recycled. The company is moving toward its goal of 100 percent by 2020, with a preference for FSC.
Avon Products, Inc.
Halfway there in its goal to purchase 100 percent of its paper from independently certified or post-consumer, recycled-content sources by 2020
Domtar Paper Company LLC
Helped dozens of landowners in the southeastern US achieve FSC group certification on 500,000 acres.
Hewlett Packard Co.
On track to meet its 2015 goal of 50 percent, by tonnage, of HP-branded paper that is made from FSC-certified and/or post-consumer waste.
Since 2007, has added approximately 1.5 million tons of FSC-certified wood fiber to its US paper and packaging manufacturing system
The Kimberly-Clark Corporation
111 percent increase in its use of FSC fiber since 2009
The Magellan Group, Ltd.
100 percent FSC-certified tropical wood for decking, rain screen and flooring
Procter & Gamble
On track to meet its goal of 40 percent FSC-certified fiber in its tissue and towel products by 2015
Tetra Pak Inc.
100 percent FSC-certified paper products used in its US and Canada offices
11 percent of the wood used in Williams-Sonoma, Inc.’s furniture in 2013 was FSC-certified and more than half that amount was recycled