Information Packaging Now Complying with Highest Environmental Standards - FSC Certification

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Info Pkg is now certified by the Forest Stewardship Council - complying with the highest social and environmental standards for paper use.

Information Packaging Corporation meets all FSC certification requirements and is now officially certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. As noted on the FSC website, "...as public concerns about the state of the world's forests and timber resources increases, FSC provides you with a credible solution to complex environmental and social issues."

As a manufacturer of envelopes, sleeves, and mailers, "...we want our company to be as environmentally responsible as possible," notes Mike Hogan, vice president of IPC. This FCS green certification program guarantees that Information Packaging is using paper from responsible sources. This forest certification covers the manufacturing of all Information Packaging's products including hotel key card envelopes, financial card envelopes, mailing envelopes, cd mailer envelopes, dvd mailers, paper cd sleeves, paper card sleeves, dvd packaging. According to the Forest Stewardship Council's website, the FSC Principles and Criteria describes how the forests have to be managed to meet the social, economic, ecological, cultural and spiritual needs of present and future generations. In fact, FSC rules are the strictest and FSC's social and environmental requirements the highest.

Information Packaging manufactures and sells CD and DVD envelopes, packaging and mailing envelope products made from paper, paperboard and Tyvek®. They also manufacture RFID-blocking envelopes and sleeves including sleeves for the smart card with RFID protection. They are world-renowned for their decades of experience as a Tyvek® converter as well as for their specialty envelopes and custom printing. See Information Packaging products and custom work on their website http://www.infopkg.com or call them at 1-800-776-7633.

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