Paper Matters — Industry E-newsletter

Some people think the paper industry is yesterday’s news, but for Catalyst, every roll of paper and every bale of pulp presents an opportunity for fresh thinking. It’s a chance to move beyond old habits and look at how we do things, why we do things and what impact we have on the world around us. It means creating a more sustainable product for our customers by keeping environmental, social and economic interests in balance.

Paper Matters casts a fresh light on our products and practices that have direct relevance to our customers’ business. Many find it helpful in making buying decisions that soften their impact on the planet.

Issue 11

Jan 22 2010

Finding new ways forward.

Market transformation continues to shape the future of our industry and we believe that, in addition to being a reliable and cost-efficient paper producer, success today depends on adaptive and innovative business thinking.

Issue 10

Dec 22 2009

When the going gets tough...

With the economy still deep in the doldrums, people are placing new value on living within their means. Driven by financial need and by environmental concern, consumers have put a new twist on old fashioned virtues like delayed gratification and conservative consumption.

Issue 9

Sep 22 2009

Paper in a Pixels World

You choose Catalyst’s papers for their value, performance and environmental sensibility.

Now, in addition to the FSC certification of our recycled fibre, Catalyst has made it even easier to promote your responsible paper choice.

On September 1st, we converted our long-standing PricewaterhouseCoopers chain of custody for virgin fibre to the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC). PEFC is the largest independent forest certification program in the world.

Issue 8

Jul 22 2009

Doing more with less

With the economy still deep in the doldrums, people are placing new value on living within their means. Driven by financial need and by environmental concern, consumers have put a new twist on old fashioned virtues like delayed gratification and conservative consumption.

Issue 7

Jun 22 2009

Sustainability: More than words on paper

Chances are, if you heard the phrase ‘carbon neutral’ a few years ago, you attributed it to an environmentalist friend or a rock band. Today, even if you’re not paying close attention to carbon issues, you can be confident your CFO is.

The value of ‘going green’ is taking on new meaning as a result of policy changes, incentives for use of alternative fuels, regulatory costs the drive to reduce expenses and the emergence of carbon taxes and carbon emissions accounting.

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