Sustana’s SVP of Sales and Marketing Renée Yardley shares with GreenBiz insights about consumer expectations post-pandemic and how recycled fiber can help businesses meet those expectations and sustainability commitments
Sustana: The New-Age Fiber: Recycled, Sustainable, and Responsible featured in Manufacturing Technology Insights
Renee Yardley, Sustana’s senior vice president of Sales and Marketing shared her insight on trends with Arlene Karidis of Waste 360.
Every day more than 700,000 tons of waste—enough to fill over 60,000 garbage trucks—makes its way to landfills across the US. While some will be burned for energy and some will stay in the dump, a large portion will be diverted towards one of two solutions valued for their environmental impact: recycling or composting.
To understand how each solution works, imagine the journey of two of those trucks.
Sustana, a leading manufacturer of premium, sustainable recycled fiber and paper products, announces the appointment of Jeffrey Crawford to the position of Vice President of Sustainability.
Sustana Fiber’s Jim Schneider and TriplePundit talk about coffee cup recycling and what is needed to scale
Sustana Fiber along with a group of prominent paper mills and end markets across North America signed a declaration of acceptance and a commitment to increasing recycling of paper cups.
Blackstone (NYSE:BX) announced today that funds managed by its Blackstone Tactical Opportunities business (“Blackstone”) have acquired Sustana Group (“Sustana” or the “Company”), a leading manufacturer of premium, sustainable recycled fiber, paper and packaging products, from an affiliate of H.I.G. Capital (“H.I.G.”).
Sustana Fiber, a leading manufacturer of premium, sustainable recycled fiber, announces its new membership with the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council.
As the climate crisis continues, consumers around the world are evaluating their use of everyday items—and paper products are no exception. There is a growing demand for brands to take steps toward sustainability and leveraging sustainable recycled fiber rather than virgin pulp in paper products is one place to start.
Amidst growing concerns and conversations around the environmental issues facing our society, businesses need innovative sustainability solutions that go beyond traditional efforts. But how do we get there? And what do businesses need to keep in mind when aiming to shift their supply chain from linear to circular?
Around the world, consumers are continuing to understand the importance of their everyday consumption. Individuals, organizations, and governments are all taking action to combat the climate crisis.
As more and more consumers are becoming concerned about the environment, many of today’s leading brands are increasingly offering customers new fiber-based sustainable packaging options.
Sustana Fiber is pleased to announce that it has joined companies from around the world in the creation of a new Consortium, CELAB: Toward a Circular Economy for Labels. CELAB – Circular Economy for Labels – is an industry initiative, founded by companies in the self-adhesive label industry to create greater circularity for its products by enhancing and promoting matrix and release liner recycling around the world.
According to the UN-Water Policy Brief on Climate Change and Water, climate change increases unpredictability in the water cycle, inducing extreme weather events, – such as droughts and wildfires – reducing the certainty of water availability and negatively impacting water quality while putting the biodiversity and sustainable development of our planet at great risk.
Sustana Fiber reaches safety achievement for operating one year without a recordable incident.
This edition of Sustana Fiber’s ‘Conversations with Green Champions’ is with Barak Bright, Director of Product Development at Clearwater Paper, which is introducing new paperboard brands with recycled content in an industry dominated by non-recycled products.
As a member of the Foodservice Packaging Institute, Sustana Fiber is proud to support the partnership of the City of Madison, Wisconsin and the Foodservice Packaging Institute in their effort to recycle paper cups, containers and cup carriers.
Sustana’s Emily Olson and TriplePundit talk about how e-commerce can contribute to the sustainable packaging trend