At Midland, sustainability truly is in our roots. Our team of experts has a deep knowledge of the environmental impact of paper in the supply chain and can guide you to choose paper from sustainable sources.
To reduce the impact of paper use on the environment, we partner with vendors who are committed to suppliers who:
- Adhere to rigorous forest management standards;
- Develop and promote the use of renewable energy;
- Make appropriate use of recycled fiber;
- Provide public information about the environmental impact of all forms of communication;
- Promote forest certification in the U.S. and around the world.
We have the chain of custody certifications to stand by our commitments. Whether it is certified paper, paper made with renewable energy, or paper made from recyclable materials, we have the options you need.
How “green” are you? How “green” do you want to be? Allow us to perform a detailed environmental audit that allows you to analyze your current practices and presents new ideas for reducing your environmental impact. After all, education is the most powerful tool we have when it comes to protecting our future.
Midland is also a member of the premier global sustainable forestry organizations:
PROGRAMME FOR THE ENDORSEMENT OF FOREST CERTIFICATION
PEFC is an international, independent, nonprofit, non-governmental organization that promotes sustainably managed forests through independent third party certification. PEFC has more than 35 independent national certification systems, such as SFI, under its umbrella.
SUSTAINABLE FORESTRY INITIATIVE
SFI is an independent nonprofit, charitable organization with a science-based, internationally recognized forest management standard developed specifically for the North American forest. Its mission is to help protect the health of our forests while supporting the co-existence of responsible environmental behavior and sound business practices.
FOREST STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL® CERTIFIED
FSC® is a nonprofit organization devoted to encouraging the responsible management of the world’s forests. It ensures that forestry is practiced in an environmentally responsible, socially beneficial and economically viable way..