22 Aug '11, 7am

Reflex have lost the ability to print the much-prized FSC certification logo on its paper products: @Officeworks

Reflex have lost the ability to print the much-prized FSC certification logo on its paper products: @Officeworks

Sylvia Creek in the Central Highlands of Victoria is critical habitat for the endangered Leadbeater's possum. Photograph: Brent Lukey In a further blow to their battered corporate credibility, Australian Paper have lost the ability to print the much-prized Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification logo on its flagship brand, Reflex Paper. The Reflex FSC certification has long been held up by Australian Paper as proof of their green credentials but the veneer of respectability has now been well and truly worn out. Rather than make a truly green paper product, Australian Paper has been content to hide behind the FSC certification whilst continuing to use timber from high conservation value native forests in endangered species habitat to make its paper products. “It is time for the makers of Reflex paper to move into the 21st century and make a real green product using p...

Full article: http://www.wilderness.org.au/regions/victoria/reflex-stri...

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