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Environment - The Antalis Green Star System ™


The system is based on a universally recognised point of reference used to rank services and products

Antalis Green Star SystemIt can therefore be easily understood by a non-technical audience that is not necessarily equipped to decipher the meaning behind the proliferation of green certifications that exist today.

The Green Star System™ continues to incorporate the vital information on the origin of the fibre and the manufacturing process and attributes each paper product a star rating from zero to five based on environmental performance.

The Green Star System™ reflects the complexity of what it means to be an eco-responsible product which speaks to a technical audience, but simplifies the information in a rating system that can be understood by all audiences. 

As such, this self-explanatory system can be easily used by companies to communicate about their environmental efforts with various stakeholders without any potential misunderstanding.

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The Antalis Green Star System™:


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  • Did you know that paper can be recycled up to 7 times without losing any of its original quality?
  • Did you know that a page displayed on a screen for 3 minutes consumes more energy that the printed equivalent?
  • Did you know that an electronic invoice sent by email releases 242g of CO2, the equivalent of the production and dispatch of 15 paper invoice?