Western Pulp’s Products Validated As Sustainable

Western Pulp Products headquartered in Corvallis, Ore., has chosen to recertify its products through the Scientific Certification Systems (SCS) for the third year in a row.

Western Pulp chose SCS to verify its content because the company has internationally recognized standards and certification programs in pursuit of the highest level of environmental performance and social accountability.

“This certification gives credence to the point that we want to be factual and stay away from any unsupported claims,” says Jim Lee, Western Pulp’s marketing and sales manager. “Anytime we state that our products are made from recycled paper fiber, we want consumers to know that it’s backed with credible SCS certification.”

Adds Rick Hurley, vice president of technology: “Our success in paper recycling reflects a commitment to conserve natural resources and recognition that recovered paper is an important raw material in producing innovative molded fiber products. Our use of recovered paper keeps it out of landfills and ensures we get the maximum value out of wood fiber.”

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