On-Product Labels

The FSC label provides an assurance that the wood and paper products you purchase come from responsible sources and have been verified to meet FSC’s strict environmental and social standards.


What do the FSC labels mean?

FSC labels are used on products to identify that the product has been verified to come from an FSC-certified source.


FSC 100% labels identify products which are made of 100% virgin material from FSC-certified forests.


FSC MIX labels identify products which are made with a combination of FSC virgin fibre, and/or recycled materials with Controlled virgin fibre. The mobius loop represents the total pre and post consumer recycled fibre.


FSC Recycled labels identify products which are made with 100% recycled fiber. The mobius loop represents the total pre and post consumer recycled fibre.


why use the labels?

All of our labels provide you with an assurance that the product you are buying is made from responsible sources and have been verified to meet FSC’s strict environmental and social standards.


Where can the labels be used?

FSC labels can be found on millions of products around the world: from toilet roll to your favourite book, that milk carton in your fridge, and other food products.

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Who can use the labels?

All companies involved in the production, manufacturing,processing, and trading of FSC-certified products must obtain FSC Chain of Custody certification in order to label products as FSC-certified.


how to use the trademarks?

• Verify that the company that is supplying the final product is FSC-certified http://info.fsc.org;
• Ask the supplier to use FSC-certified paper or wood; and
• Specify that the FSC Label be placed on the product or document


approval

FSC-certified companies must send a sample of the FSC Label use (electronic) to their certifer for approval or have an approved trademark use management system in place. Learn about graphical requirements here.


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