Antalis UK has announced that all materials within its papers, packaging and visual communications ranges can now be carbon offset.
Working with Forest Carbon and World Land Trust, Antalis is able to calculate the kilograms of carbon emissions it takes to procure any material type -including plastics, aluminium composite material and nylon. These carbon credits can be purchased by customers to support the creation of new UK woodlands (via Forest Carbon and the Antalis Woodlands) or to preserve global forests (via Forest Carbon in South America or a World Land Trust project in Vietnam). Customers also have the choice to support a blend of all three options.
Matthew Botfield, CSR manager at Antalis, said: “Every day, we are working towards reducing our own environmental footprint while also providing innovative solutions to our customers. Antalis is proud to support customers in offsetting their own carbon emissions and to give them clear choices in support of UK or global schemes. Our schemes are backed up with relevant certificates and logos to help them reassure their customers that they are operating as sustainably as possible.”