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Sustana manufactures premium, sustainable FSC® certified recycled fiber for the production of printing and commercial papers, towel and tissue paper, and food-grade packaging. 

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Sustana’s philosophy leverages a special combination of insight and accountability to effect positive change. 

We believe that courage, humility and patience are the keys to striking a responsible balance between prosperity and purpose. That’s why we strive to achieve sustainable growth by investing in our products, our people and the planet.

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Podcasts
Pulp NonFiction™

The Paper and Packaging Podcast Welcome to Pulp NonFiction: The Paper and Packaging Podcast, a...

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Foodservice Packaging Recycling Expands in Chicago Area

Regional recycling opportunities expanded for over 1 million residents in the Midwest Households in the...

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Sustainable, Successful Businesses Start with Innovation

Sustana’s VP of Sales and Marketing Renée Yardley spoke with Recycling Today about how the...

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Sustana Fiber Partners With Sonoco and Kellogg’s to Prove Recyclability of Paper Containers

Sonoco releases results from a recent trial with Sustana in collaboration with Kellogg’s. HARTSVILLE, S.C.,...

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Articles
Sustana Challenges Businesses to Think Outside the Box about Sustainability and Recycled Fiber

Sustana’s SVP of Sales and Marketing Renée Yardley shares with GreenBiz insights about consumer expectations...

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Waste Management for a Circular World: How Composting and Recycling Stack up for Sustainability

Every day more than 700,000 tons of waste—enough to fill over 60,000 garbage trucks—makes its...

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