ECO Friendly Ink / FSC Paper / Solar
LOUIS AHA Sustainability
Benefits of FSC-Certified Paper
FSC-certified paper is different from recycled paper, as it's typically composed of virgin tree fibers rather than pre- or post-consumer recycled materials (although recycled paper is sometimes also FSC-certified). But when the wood pulp used to make this paper is sourced from a well-managed forest, it can be just as eco-friendly.
According to the Forest Stewardship Council, the U.S. consumes 100 million tons of paper annually, and recycled paper makes up just 35 percent of that amount. The remainder must come from timber forests. Encouraging paper manufacturers to seek out wood suppliers that work to protect habitat, prevent pollution, plant more trees than are harvested and avoid displacing native peoples and harming wildlife, can make a big difference.
Our factory has installed solar
capacity, projected to generate more than 10 million kWh of renewable electricity annually.
Certified Ink System
Our ink are absolutely free of hazardous chemical and green to our environment.
All of our inks are certified by OEKO TEX and ZDHC.
In 2011, the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) Programme was formed to drive positive change in the discharge of hazardous chemicals across the product life cycle.
The ZDHC Programme aims to eliminate or substitute priority hazardous chemicals in products and their manufacture; apply a transparent screening process to promote and support safer chemistry; implement common tools, best practices and training that advance chemical stewardship; partner with stakeholders to promote chemical use and discharge transparency; promote scaling of best practices through engagement with key stakeholders.
A key component of the ZDHC Programme is the manufacturing restricted substance list (MRSL), a usage ban on specific chemicals. With this affiliation to the ZDHC Foundation, Stahl officially joins them in their commitment to eliminate these substances from the value chain by 2020.
Louis-AHA strives to reduce air pollution with the best technology available such as source categorization and multi-station treatment so that various air pollutants can be treated effectively and concentrations of pollutants emitted to the atmosphere can meet or surpass governmental standards.