Arctic Paper receives Cradle to Cradle Certified™ certification for all Coated Papers produced at the Grycksbo Mill
The full coated woodfree product range of Arctic Paper Grycksbo have been awarded a Silver Level Material Health Certificate as part of the multi-attribute Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Products Standard. In addition, the entire production process of the mill in Grycksbo was inspected and achieved the Silver Level which therefore represents the overall level of product certification.
Cradle to Cradle Certified™ is a globally recognized standard for safe, circular and sustainable products made for the circular economy. Applying the Cradle to Cradle design principle means to not only minimize negative influences but to leave a positive footprint. This creates products and processes that are safe for people, healthy for the environment and successful for business.
From April 2021, all grades from the Grycksbo Mill including G-Print, G-Smooth, G-Snow, Arctic Silk, Arctic Matt, Arctic Volume White and Arctic Volume Ice are Cradle to Cradle Certified™ In addition, the production process at Grycksbo has extremely low fossil CO2 emissions.
The entire production process for the mill in Grycksbo was inspected by the EPEA, innovation partner and C2C Certified™ Assessment Body, and certified according to the Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Product Standard. Development opportunities are outlined and will now be implemented in the medium and long term to achieve even better results.
Further information provided by:
Michal Jarczynski, CEO, Arctic Paper S.A.
Tel. (+46) (0) 10 451 7005
Arctic Paper S.A. is one of the leading producers of high-quality graphical fine paper in Europe and consists of three paper mills and four eco-friendly strong brands, Amber, Arctic, Munken and G. Most of the products are sold through the company’s sales offices in Europe. The Group is the main owner of the listed Swedish pulp producer Rottneros AB. Arctic Paper S.A. is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange and NASDAQ in Stockholm.
For more information visit, arcticpaper.com