Environmental Paper Company Index 2017

EPCI 2017


Category

2017

2015

2013

Number of Mill(s)

Mill locations 2017: 12 Europe, 9 Asia, 8 South America, 1 Africa, 11 North America

41

81

N/A

Percentage of the product category covered

2015: all operations that used fiber as a raw material including tissue and personal care products. 2017: only tissue operations globally.

100%

93%

N/A

Responsible Fibre Sourcing

Points achieved through current performance, policies and targets.
Limited historic comparison due to a different mill base.

2017 /
41 mill(s)

82%

2015 /
81 mill(s)

76%

2013 /
N/A mill(s)

There's no data for 2013

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Clean Manufacturing

Points achieved through current performance, policies and targets.
The clean production and overall result figures are not representing the full picture for the company as significant volume of market pulp information is missing. Limited historic comparison due to a different mill base.

2017 /
41 mill(s)

51%

2015 /
81 mill(s)

50%

2013 /
N/A mill(s)

There's no data for 2013

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Reporting & EMS

2017 /
41 mill(s)

45%

2015 /
81 mill(s)

44%

2013 /
N/A mill(s)

There's no data for 2013

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Total

Total scores achieved.
Overall result figures are not representing the full picture for the company as significant volume of market pulp information is missing. Limited historic comparison due to a different mill base.

2017 /
41 mill(s)

59.9%

2015 /
81 mill(s)

56.9%

2013 /
N/A mill(s)

There's no data for 2013

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SPOTLIGHT

WWF values high recycled fibre levels in tissue products which is reflected in the scoring method. Use of recycled fibres for short-lived and end of life-cycle products such as tissue plays an important role in resource efficiency.

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