MORE THAN JUST PAPER
When you buy Catalyst products, you are buying more than paper. You are buying into a commitment to provide innovative products, the best customer and technical service, and a focus on sustainability that goes beyond mere environmental compliance. We are determined to lead the industry in everything we do. It’s the advantage you should insist upon in a supplier. We are a global leader in making paper responsibly with verified chain-of-custody and environmentally sound paper operations. One of our many goals is to help customers protect their brand.CONTACT SALES
Manufactured carbon neutral, Paper Excellence’s Sage is a compelling paper product. We calculate our carbon emissions associated with each tonne of Sage sold, and then purchase equal quantity of high-quality, third-party and reputably validated carbon offsets.
Paper Excellence’s Sage grade of papers have all the same core environmental attributes as our other papers and pulps.
SAGE IS PRODUCED AT OUR MILLS…..
- Fuelled by 85% renewable energy
- With sustained focus on carbon reductions
- Using fibre from certified North American forests
PROTECTING OUR CLIMATE AND FORESTS
Our sage products are produced using fibre from sustainably well-managed forests and are made with 100% third-party certified fibre. Sage papers are manufactured scope 1 carbon neutral, an accomplishment made possible through decades of steady reductions in direct carbon emissions at our mills.
With our distinct approach to operational excellence, we provide superior, cost-effective products to domestic and international customers. A dedicated team utilizes a full range of logistics solutions, transportation modes, warehousing facilities and management data tools to deliver products to a wide range of Catalyst customers in a professional and efficient manner.LEARN MORE
A SUSTAINABLE APPROACH FROM START TO FINISH
Paper Excellence buys fibre from local sawmills and forest tenure holders and owners. We use responsibly sourced fibre in the form of wood chips, which are byproducts of lumber manufacturing, and pulp logs, which are poor quality logs that are unsuitable for lumber manufacturing. Each of our pulp mills use globally recognized chain-of-custody standards.