Putting Sustainability To Work

Corporate & Social Responsibility

Making sustainable and responsible business operation decisions isn’t always easy, particularly in challenging times. We are aware that our business practices can have a significant impact on the world, and this is why we only work with suppliers who share the same value and making sure we are always compliance ready.


ISO 9001

Quality Management

ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems sets out the criteria for a quality management system and is the only standard in the family that can be certified to (although this is not a requirement). It can be used by any organisation, large or small, regardless of its field of activity.

In fact ISO 9001 is implemented by over one million companies and organisations in over 170 countries.

For more detail, please visit: www.iso.org

ISO 14001

Environmental Management

ISO 14001 Environmental management systems specifies requirements for an environmental management system to enable an organization to develop and implement a policy and objectives which take into account legal requirements and other requirements to which the organization subscribes, and information about significant environmental aspects.

For more detail, please visit: www.iso.org


Forest Stewardship

The Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation that promotes the responsible management of the world’s forests. FSC® is a membership organisation with a governance structure based on participation, democracy, equity and transparency. It is a unique forum where stakeholders from around the world meet and, through consensus-based multi-stakeholder processes, define essential social and environmental criteria for forest management. For more detail, please visit: https://ic.fsc.org/en


Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification

The Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) logo and labels are globally trusted marks, assisting businesses, consumers, forest owners and managers, and other stakeholders in identifying and promoting merchandise and goods from forests that are managed sustainably.

Today, PEFC is the world’s largest forest certification scheme with over 220 million hectares of certified forests.

For more detail, please visit: www.pefc.org


Trees are the typical source of the virgin fiber used in the tissue making process. Virgin wood fibre toilet tissue and paper towels are manufactured without the use of any recycled or alternative fibers.

However, virgin fibers can be sourced from agricultural by–products and alternative fibers like the sugarcane and bamboo.

‘Mix’ or ‘Mixed Sources’ means products manufactured with a combination of FSC®-certified virgin fibre (from FSC®-certified forests), controlled sources and/or recycled wood or fibre. FSC® controlled wood standards require that the following sources of wood to be excluded in the product:
  • Illegally harvested wood
  • Wood harvested that violates traditional and civil right
  • Wood harvested in forests with high conservation values (areas particularly worthy of protection)
  • Wood harvested from areas where genetically modified trees are planted
As a consumer, you can be assured that ‘FSC® Mix’ products are 100% compliant with standards that ensure responsible practices are maintained throughout.
A certified FSC® recycled product means that a minimum of 85% of the wood fiber content is from post-consumer sources, with a maximum of 15% coming from post-industrial sources.

A consumer product that has completed its life cycle, would otherwise have been disposed of as landfill waste has made it back to the recycling stream to be integrated into new products.

With recycling, a pulp facility de-inks and cleanses that waste paper to produce usable high quality pulp. That pulp is used in place of traditional wood pulp, sent through the manufacturing process and the paper is re-born as 100% post-consumer waste recycled paper. Without recycling process, these waste paper content would go straight into a landfill.

We only work with and source from ISO certified (ISO 9001 and ISO 14001) suppliers whose material sources are made from non-controversial, responsibly managed forests.

Sourcing from non-controversial suppliers with responsible corporate culture ensure that no illegal logging or deforestation takes place at the source.