Africa

1 South African company (headquarter location) used the WWF EPCI 2013 to show transparency and to promote continual improvement.
WWF encourages more pulp and paper companies in Africa to use the Index as opportunity to demonstrate the efforts they might be undertaking to address environmental issues. The Index now allows companies to be assessed on an ongoing basis prior to the next EPCI in 2015.  Contact the WWF International Paper Team!

WWF´s EPCI evaluates the following production categories: 

LEADERSHIP IN TRANSPARENCY - EPCI 2013 PARTICIPANTS

Access individual results by clicking on the company name. Participants are listed in alphabetical order.
Mondi 

NON PARTICIPATING COMPANIES

Sappi No response

The increasing number of participants in this year’s Environmental Paper Company Index is a testimony to the growing importance of transparency and responsible business conduct for the industry. Customers are placing increased emphasis on their suppliers to manage their whole supply chain in a responsible and sustainable way. We are proud to have once again been included in the index and are pleased that our ongoing efforts as a transparent and sustainable packaging and paper company have been recognised. 

John Lindahl, Group Technical Director, Mondi

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