Antalis launches new site to give customers the green light
Antalis has created a new, dedicated environmental microsite designed to provide customers with the ultimate information hub for all things green.
‘The Green Connection’ echoes Antalis’ on-going commitment to helping customers refine their sustainable and environmental footprint by providing a dedicated online resource on how to deliver eco responsible communications.
The user friendly website boasts a host of resources designed to help visitors improve their current environmental knowledge, covering everything from information on eco responsible paper, through to access to in-depth white (and green!) papers and studies on sustainable development. In addition, Antalis aims to educate visitors by demonstrating why the paper industry is one of the most eco responsible.
This insight is supported by a dedicated product portfolio section, which provides guidance on how businesses can reduce their impact on the environment by utilising the expansive range of Antalis eco papers. This is underpinned by testimonials and real life examples from companies that have already made the switch to eco responsible paper and are reaping the benefits.
In addition, the website features information on the Antalis Green Star System, which converts technical information about sourcing, materials and manufacturing, into a straightforward star rating. Since 2014, the system has been well received by customers who want to make environmentally sound paper choices.
Matthew Botfield, CSR manager at Antalis, said: ‘As the issue of sustainability remains high on the agenda, we aim to raise awareness for, and the understanding of, the benefits of recycled paper and in turn dispel some of the common myths that people have.
‘In addition, we feel it is important that businesses are made aware of the vast amount of environmentally friendly options that are readily available, as such, this website allows visitors to familiarise themselves with the wide range of sustainable products that we offer, such as Cyclus and Cocoon.’
To visit the new website, go to www.greenpaperconnection.com