Creating a Sustainable,
Closed-Loop Fiber Future
Sustana Fiber manufactures premium, sustainable FSC® certified recycled fibers for the paper industry and food-grade packaging.
EnviroTouch™ for use in the production of tissue.
This product provides tissue manufacturers an exceptionally clean, low ash recycled fiber that performs consistently on-machine, with low levels of dirt and minimal stickies.
Brightness levels are tailored to meet a range of production needs.
Sustana Fiber facilities processes 2.2 million pounds of recovered paper materials everyday into recycled fiber for use in the manufacturing of new paper products.
EnviroLife® is 100% recycled food grade packaging fiber
100% recycled fiber manufactured in the USA that is compliant with FDA standards for use in direct food contact at 100% inclusion without the need of a barrier or coating with zero fluorescence.
The impact of EnviroLife® on climate change is 26 percent lower than the average virgin fiber.
EnviroLife® requires 9 times less water to produce than virgin fiber.
Committed to creating a sustainable, closed-loop fiber future.
At Sustana Fiber, we define success not only by the quality of our products and our ability to meet our customers’ needs, but also by the effect our products and processes have on wildlife, people and the planet.
Every year, Sustana Fiber recycles enough paper to save over 4 million trees.
Our Recycled Fibers
Our mills produce premium white recycled fibers for a broad range of paper, tissue and food packaging products.
100% recycled fiber for use in direct food contact packaging.Learn more
This product provides tissue
manufacturers exceptionally clean recycled fiber with excellent performance.
Recycling paper material into premium fiber at state-of-the-art production facilities.
Sustana Fiber, a leading producer of FSC® certified recycled fibers, takes its role as a steward of the environment seriously. We use highly automated proprietary processes to efficiently turn recycled papers into high quality recycled fiber for use in the manufacturing of printing papers, tissue, formed fiber packaging, and fiber compliant with FDA standards for food-grade packaging.Watch Corporate Video
Working Together for a Better Tomorrow
Sustana Fiber’s philosophy leverages a special combination of insight and accountability to effect positive change. Lightbulb moments become ingenious processes; challenges become milestones.
We believe that courage, humility and patience are the keys to striking a responsible balance between prosperity and purpose. That’s why we strive to achieve sustainable growth by investing in our products, our people and the planet.
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