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We strive to reduce our impact on the environment by working with environmentally aware suppliers and increasing our range of sustainable products.



Below you will find links to websites of many of the companies we have mentioned throughout our own website, plus a few others we feel might provide interesting reading!

Katrin Screen Shot

Katrin Tissue - Paper disposables and washroom products

Katrin tissue is produced by Metsa Tissue, a scandinavian company which puts huge emphasis on environmental sustainability. All of the paper towel products, as well as some toilet tissue, wiper rolls and other paper products, listed on our website are Katrin products. The Katrin website makes for good reading, especially with regards to their sustainability pages.

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Gojo Screen ShotGojo Industries - Handcare products

Gojo Industries produce both Gojo and Purell products, which include hand wash and hand sanitisers respectively. Gojo formulas use the latest advances in the science of skin care. Gojo is also known for state-of-the-art dispensing technology. Gojo and Purell products can be found in the hand care section of our website. We also supply various Gojo dispensers including their TFX automatic dispensers. Gojo is now focusing heavily on environmental sustainability and have received Ecolabels for some of their products, with others pending.

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Nordic Swan Screen ShotNordic Swan EcoLabel

The Nordic Ecolabel is the official Ecolabel of the Nordic countries. The purpose of this Ecolabel is to contribute to sustainable consumption and production. Most Katrin paper products offered on our website carry the Nordic Ecolabel. More information about this Ecolabel can be found on the Nordic Ecolabel website.

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EcoLogoEcoLogo - The American Environmental Standard

This Ecolabel was established in Canada but is now known world wide. Gojo Industries, manufacturers of the Gojo and Purell brand of hand care products, has received this highly respected certification for a number of their products, a few of which we currently offer here at Stephenson Supplies Limited. To read more about this Ecolabel click on the link below.

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FSC Screen ShotFSC - Sustainable Forest Management

FSC is an international, non-governmental organisation dedicated to promoting responsible management of the world’s forests. The label allows consumers to identify, purchase and use paper products, such as paper hand towels, that have been produced from well-managed forests. All Katrin products are made from trees that come from FSC certified forests. The WWF (World Wildlife Fund) supports the work of the FSC. 

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WWF Screen ShotWWF - People Living in Harmony with Nature

The WWF focuses on conservation, climate change and sustainability. The WWF has given Metsa Tissue (manufacturers of the Katrin brand of paper products) a top rating for their commitment to sustainability and the support they have given to the FSC in promoting these issues. The WWF website is an excellent and comprehensive site giving full details of their work and how people can get involved.

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Trees with NickyNicky Brand - Responsible Paper Products

The Nicky Brand works with the Woodland Trust to plant native trees across the UK. They actively fund local projects contry-wide to help the Woodland Trust continue its excellent work, creating and caring for woodland. For more information regarding the Nicky/Woodland Trust partnership, just click the link below.

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woodlandtrustWoodland Trust - Creating New Native Woodland

The Woodland Trust's vision is a UK rich in woods and trees, enjoyed and valued by everyone. They aim to create new native woodland with the help of volunteers. They try to protect our precious ancient woods, restore the ones that are damaged and fight for those under threat. To find out more about the objectives of the Woodland Trust click on the link below.

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