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Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an international organization founded in 1994 which is committed to sustainable forestry. FSC's eco-labels apply to wood and derived products, including many paper applications. An FSC label states that a product comes from responsibly managed forests and/or recycled material.
The 3 label variants FSC 100% This label indicates that the product comes entirely from FSC certified forests. FSC Mix This label indicates that the product comes from a production process in which FSC material is mixed with recycled material and/or controlled material. Any product with an FSC mix label for 70% FSC-worthy material. FSC recycled This label indicates that a product is made from 100% recycled wood or recycled fiber.
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) promotes ecologically sound, socially correct, and economically viable forest management worldwide. The members of FSC are representatives of environmental and social groups (such as environmental organizations of representatives of indigenous peoples) and economic operators from the timber sector and trade, the paper sector of forest managers around the world.
Important FSC forest management principles Ecosystem services: the economic value credited by forests must be fed back into forest management. Pesticide policy: reduce the use of chemical pesticides in FSC-certified forests and plantations Protecting the Forests: using High Conservation Values. Conservation of forest landscapes: by preventing fragmentation of large-scale forest landscapes (think of the rainforests of Brazil).
Verification of compliance with the FSC guidelines is carried out by recommended, accredited inspection bodies.
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