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Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC) Certification

Diamond Packaging has earned Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain-of-Custody certification from the Rainforest Alliance’s SmartWood program. This certification reflects a growing trend in the paper and printing industry of companies making more environmentally and socially responsible supply chain decisions.FSC® Chain of Custody Certification

Diamond Packaging has obtained Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC) Chain of Custody certification from the Rainforest Alliance. This certification reflects a growing trend in the paper and printing industry of companies making more environmentally and socially responsible supply chain decisions.

The FSC is the global standard-setter in responsible forest management. Chain of Custody certification guarantees that wood that comes from certified, responsibly managed forestlands is tracked throughout the supply chain, from the forest to the consumer. Conscientious consumers can look for the FSC logo on wood products to know they are supporting forest management that protects biodiversity and supports local communities.

FSC certification demonstrates our continued commitment to environmental responsibility. By utilizing paperboard sourced from responsibly managed forests, we can help businesses empower consumers to make more sustainable choices.

Read Diamond's press release.

Download a copy of Diamond's FSC Chain-of-Custody certificate.

Rainforest AllianceRainforest Alliance

The Rainforest Alliance, an international nonprofit conservation organization, is the world’s leading certifier of forestlands to the FSC standards. To date, the organization has certified 131 million acres of forestland. The Rainforest Alliance works with businesses in making more responsible choices by using market forces to protect our natural resources and support workers and local communities.

For more information on the Rainforest Alliance, visit their website.