WWF´s EPCI evaluates the following product categories:
LEADERSHIP IN TRANSPARENCY - EPCI 2013 PARTICIPANTS
Participants are listed in alphabetical order.
|Resolute Forests Products|
NON PARTICIPATING COMPANIES
|Canfor Pulp||Considers participation in next EPCI rating|
|Clearwater Paper||Considers participation in next EPCI rating|
|Future Mark Paper||Considers participation in next EPCI rating|
|International Paper||Considers participation in next EPCI rating|
|Kimberly Clark||Considers participation in next EPCI rating|
|Kruger||Considers participation in next EPCI rating|
|MeadWestvaco||Considers participation in next EPCI rating|
|Catalyst Paper||Did not wish to participate|
|Georgia Pacific||Did not wish to participate|
|Orange County Container Group||Did not wish to participate|
|Procter & Gamble||Did not wish to participate|
|Tembec||Did not wish to participate|
|Weyerhaeuser||Did not wish to participate|
|J.D. Irving||No response|
|Packaging Corp.||No response|
|Seventh Generation||No response|
|Verso Paper||No response|
Domtar has enjoyed working with WWF since 2010 to create the expectation of transparency within the industry. As the only North American fine paper manufacturer to participate in the EPCI since its inception, we’re proud to join WWF in leading the effort towards greater environmental responsibility.
At Appleton Coated we embrace the need for transparency in defining and tracking our journey to become more sustainable, and appreciate efforts such as EPCI that help us understand what others value in sustainability and set goals for improvement.
We are an active participant in the Carbon Disclosure Project and we report on all sustainability material aspects using the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines. Resolute’s focus on organizational transparency starts with a serious commitment to operating sustainably by carefully balancing the three pillars of sustainability: environmental, social and economic. This approach is a critical foundation to being a competitive organization.