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Paper is a natural product. Its use, reuse and disposal method will aid in ensuring the sustainability of the environment. Environmental sustainability is one of the major points of discussion and concern in the 21st Century, and therefore a sustainable approach in any form of business will gain importance in time to come. There is still a long way to go, if we look deeper into the issues, and consider the appropriateness of the end product, along with the environment claims that are being made.

Sona Papers promote the papers that embodies eco-friendly printing paper, 100% recycled paper, leading the way in creating a new paradigm of paper culture that cares of ecological balance and does not harm nature or ecology system. In doing so, we participate in the green movement of environmental protection and resource conservation.

Adhering to strict principles of environment conservation, Sona Papers has adopted a stringent code of business ethics, and eco-friendly practices to steer the business growth in a sustainable manner.

The use of eco-friendly printing paper and recycled pulp papers plays a part in our 'green' strategy. Our wide range of high-quality recycled paper range support sustainability. Browse our catalogue to explore recycled pulp paper range.


Environmental sustainability will ensure well-being of future generation and will also ensure that the needs of today’s generation are met. A responsible method of interacting with the environment will ensure the safeguarding of the available forest and natural resources. The recent pandemic has proved that global warming and climate change has been the result of deforestation and fragmentation of natural environments which have been exploited extensively for paper manufacturing and other wood produced articles.

Sona has been encouraging forest sustainability by promoting sustainable forest management policies at home and around the globe. Sona product’s portfolio consist of papers which are 100% recycled paper, eco-friendly printing paper, recycled pulp paper. We strictly adhere to the respected third-party certification standards to ensure the paper we buy comes from a sustainable forest source.


FSC® is an international not for-profit, multi-stakeholder organization established in 1993 to promote responsible management of the world's forests. FSC® works to improve forest management across the world. It ensures best social and environmental practices. It brings direct benefits to the forest, such as protecting biodiversity, indigenous peoples' rights, workers' rights, and areas of significant environmental or cultural importance.


It is the official Ecolabel of the Nordic countries. It was established in 1989 by the Nordic Council of Ministers with the purpose of providing a labelling scheme that would contribute to sustainable consumption. It is the voluntary and positive ecolabelling of products and services.The Nordic ecolabel was also initiated as a practical tool for consumers to help them actively choose environmentally sound products. It is an ISO 14024 type 1 ecolabelling system and is a third-party control organ.Our Nordic ecolabel trademark is a guarantee that products have fulfilled stringent environmental and climate criteria.


This mark aims to certify the origin of paper. It suggests that the fibers have been obtained from integrated and sustainable forestry operations, where controlled felling and replanting policies are enacted.


The natural pH mark indicates the neutral status of the paper, generally determined by the use of so-called "acid-free" production process. The pH level is calculated by using a water extract from the paper.


Totally chlorine free (TCF) is a technique that uses no chlorine compounds for bleaching wood pulp to produce paper. This prevents the formation of dioxins and highly carcinogenic pollutants.


It is an independent international organization. It honours ecologically sustainable companies, service providers, products, groceries, initiatives as well as individuals with the “green brands” seal.


This mark certifies the product's conformity with the CE94/62 "concentration of heavy metals in packaging". It is the directive defining the maximum concentration of heavy metals such as cadmium, chrome, mercury and lead.


The long life mark is based on ISO9706 "long-life paper" standard which defines the requirement for such papers. It especially comprises wood pulp or semi-chemical pulp, not exceeding 5%. The pH level is calculated from the water extract between 7.5 and 10, and an alkaline reserve (buffer) higher than 2%.


This mark (also known as E.C.F) ensures total absence of derivative organic chlorine.


European Union Ecolabel helps consumers to distinguish greener, more eco- friendly products (not including food and medicine) of high quality.


This symbol indicates that the item has been certified by the National Association of Paper Merchants, UK. It also suggests that it has been manufactured from a minimum of 100% genuine waste paper or board fiber.There are three variations of the logo. It depends on whether the item is 50%, 75% or 100% genuine in its recovery from the fiber.Lenza impact is 100% recycled.


The Blue Angel is the first and best known environmental label in the world. Since 1978, it has set the standard for environment friendly products and services that’s decided by an independent jury according to defined criteria. The Blue Angel companies are rewarded for their commitment to environmental protection. It is an ecological beacon that aims to protect the environment by encouraging conscious consumption.


This mark certifies that the product contains cotton as one of the input material.


This indicates that the product can be further recycled.