Overall Company Results EPCI 2013

70 of the world´s most important and strategically relevant pulp and paper manufacturers were invited to disclose their ecological footprint in the WWF Environmental Paper Company Index 2013.

See below how the companies followed WWF´s invite.

WWF´s EPCI evaluates the following product categories:

LEADERSHIP IN TRANSPARENCY - EPCI 2013 PARTICIPANTS

The 25 companies recognized in the EPCI 2013 for their transparency together produce:
  • 29% of the world´s newsprint,
  • 28% of the world´s graphic paper,
  • 14% of the world´s tissue,
  • 14% of the world´s pulp, and
  • 6% of the world´s packaging
Access individual results by clicking on the company name.
In alphabetical order, the EPCI 2013 participants (and their headquarter locations) are:

Appleton Coated North America
ARAUCO South America
Arjowiggins Graphic Europe
BillerudKorsnäs Europe
Bio-PAPPEL Central America
Cascades North America
CMPC South America
Domtar North America
Fedrigoni Europe
Fibria South America
ITC Asia
Klabin South America
Lecta Europe
Lenzing Papier Europe
Metsä Group Europe
Mondi South Africa
NewPage North America
Norske Skog Europe
Resolute Forest Products North America
SCA Europe
Södra Europe
Sofidel Europe
Stora Enso Europe
TNPL/Tamil Nadu Asia
UPM Europe

Klabin pursues transparency and clarity when presenting the actions that it has taken throughout the year and the WWF’s Environmental Paper Company Index 2013 is an opportunity to further communicate and engage stakeholders into our continuous improvement efforts.

Klabin

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

At Stora Enso, we are committed to transparency and the continuous improvement of our sustainability performance.
Participating in WWF’s Environmental Paper Company Index for us is a great opportunity to have a well-known environmental organization with high ambitions evaluate and confirm that we are living up to these commitments. 

Stora Enso

TNPL being a state owned organisation believe that transparency in operations would improve its performance on the environmental, social and economical front on a sustainable basis.

Mr. A. Velliangiri, Deputy Managing Director, TNPL

NON- PARTICIPATING COMPANIES WHO CONSIDER PARTICIPATING IN THE NEXT EPCI RATING

  • Arctic Paper
  • BILT
  • Burgo Group
  • Canfor Pulp
  • Clearwater Paper
  • Future Mark Paper
  • Gascogne
  • International Paper
  • Kimberly Clark
  • Kruger
  • Mayr-Melnhof Karton
  • MeadWestvaco
  • Munksjö
  • Renova
  • Suzano
  • Trident
 

NON PARTICIPATING COMPANIES WHO DID NOT WISH TO PARTICIPATE

  • Orange County Container Group
  • Catalyst Paper
  • Crown Van Gelder N.V
  • Georgia Pacific
  • Ilim
  • Lee & Man
  • Nine Dragons
  • Packaging Corp.
  • Papierfabrik Palm
  • Prinzhorn Holding
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Rottneros
  • Shandong Chenming
  • Smurfit Kappa
  • Tembec
  • Weyerhaeuser
 

NON PARTICIPATING COMPANIES WHERE WWF GOT NO RESPONSE

  • Boise
  • DS Smith
  • Holmen
  • J.D. Irving Limited
  • JHansol Paper
  • JK Paper
  • KapStone
  • Portucel Soporcel
  • RockTenn
  • Sappi
  • Seventh Generation
  • Veracel
  • Verso Paper
 

Join the WWF EPCI

Set a signal on the importance of transparency and continual improvement. The Index now allows companies to be assessed on an ongoing basis prior to the next EPCI in 2015. Contact the WWF Paper Team!

Limits in Comparison

The overall and section scores are not directly comparable between the EPCI 2011 and EPCI 2013
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