Abitibi certification first in Quebec
November 14, 2005 By Pulp & Paper Canada
Thanks to a provincial ground-breaking certification process, Abitibi-Consolidated can now let its customers know t…
Thanks to a provincial ground-breaking certification process, Abitibi-Consolidated can now let its customers know the paper they buy from the company comes from forests that were managed in a responsible and sustainable way.
The company’s Kenogami and Laurentide paper mills have been chain-of-custody certified. This third-party certification process is the first of its kind in Quebec.
Based on the PwC-IcoC: 2005 (R) standard and verified by PricewaterhouseCoopers, the system works to ensure the company has the systems and controls necessary to testify that paper produced at the two mills contain verified wood fibre from sustainable forests.
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