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Sustainability is an integral part of Metsä Tissue’s business strategy and is reflected in our use of certified pulps. Maintaining these certifications with different management systems, and environmental labels such as the Nordic Ecolabel (Nordic Swan) or the EU-Ecolabel (EU Flower) is important for our strategy. It also helps us to meet the demands of our customers and end users for proof of environmental concern.

All FASANA manufacturing processes comply with international guidelines for quality assurance (ISO 9001), environmental management (ISO14001). In addition, the products are made in premises certified to BRC Global Standards consumer quality program, and the products are certified as food safe.

Statement Metsä Tissue:
Primary Aromatic Amines (PAAs) are by-products in the production of azo dyes and are contained in almost all of today’s mass-produced dyes. Some of the PAAs are considered carcinogenic and EC directive No. 10/2011 (KunststoffVO), states that no more than 10 parts per billion (ppb) of PAA should be transferred to foodstuffs from a food contact material as a standard guideline. As part of its Corporate & Social Responsibility commitments, Metsä Tissue has analysed and dealt with this issue. All of our coloured and printed napkin specifications fall well below this, with a defined detection limit of less than 2 ppb, which independent test institutes and the industry have agreed can be termed PAA free. Our products are regularly tested at random by an independent and competent institution.

Welcome to the world of napkins



Sustainability is an integral part of Metsä Tissue’s business strategy and is reflected in our use of certified pulps. Maintaining these certifications with different management systems, and environmental labels such as the Nordic Ecolabel (Nordic Swan) or the EU-Ecolabel (EU Flower) is important for our strategy. It also helps us to meet the demands of our customers and end users for proof of environmental concern.

All FASANA manufacturing processes comply with international guidelines for quality assurance (ISO 9001), environmental management (ISO14001). In addition, the products are made in premises certified to BRC Global Standards consumer quality program, and the products are certified as food safe.

Statement Metsä Tissue:
Primary Aromatic Amines (PAAs) are by-products in the production of azo dyes and are contained in almost all of today’s mass-produced dyes. Some of the PAAs are considered carcinogenic and EC directive No. 10/2011 (KunststoffVO), states that no more than 10 parts per billion (ppb) of PAA should be transferred to foodstuffs from a food contact material as a standard guideline. As part of its Corporate & Social Responsibility commitments, Metsä Tissue has analysed and dealt with this issue. All of our coloured and printed napkin specifications fall well below this, with a defined detection limit of less than 2 ppb, which independent test institutes and the industry have agreed can be termed PAA free. Our products are regularly tested at random by an independent and competent institution.

Welcome to the world of napkins



Sustainability is an integral part of Metsä Tissue’s business strategy and is reflected in our use of certified pulps. Maintaining these certifications with different management systems, and environmental labels such as the Nordic Ecolabel (Nordic Swan) or the EU-Ecolabel (EU Flower) is important for our strategy. It also helps us to meet the demands of our customers and end users for proof of environmental concern.

All FASANA manufacturing processes comply with international guidelines for quality assurance (ISO 9001), environmental management (ISO14001). In addition, the products are made in premises certified to BRC Global Standards consumer quality program, and the products are certified as food safe.

Statement Metsä Tissue:
Primary Aromatic Amines (PAAs) are by-products in the production of azo dyes and are contained in almost all of today’s mass-produced dyes. Some of the PAAs are considered carcinogenic and EC directive No. 10/2011 (KunststoffVO), states that no more than 10 parts per billion (ppb) of PAA should be transferred to foodstuffs from a food contact material as a standard guideline. As part of its Corporate & Social Responsibility commitments, Metsä Tissue has analysed and dealt with this issue. All of our coloured and printed napkin specifications fall well below this, with a defined detection limit of less than 2 ppb, which independent test institutes and the industry have agreed can be termed PAA free. Our products are regularly tested at random by an independent and competent institution.

Welcome to the world of napkins



Sustainability is an integral part of Metsä Tissue’s business strategy and is reflected in our use of certified pulps. Maintaining these certifications with different management systems, and environmental labels such as the Nordic Ecolabel (Nordic Swan) or the EU-Ecolabel (EU Flower) is important for our strategy. It also helps us to meet the demands of our customers and end users for proof of environmental concern.

All FASANA manufacturing processes comply with international guidelines for quality assurance (ISO 9001), environmental management (ISO14001). In addition, the products are made in premises certified to BRC Global Standards consumer quality program, and the products are certified as food safe.

Statement Metsä Tissue:
Primary Aromatic Amines (PAAs) are by-products in the production of azo dyes and are contained in almost all of today’s mass-produced dyes. Some of the PAAs are considered carcinogenic and EC directive No. 10/2011 (KunststoffVO), states that no more than 10 parts per billion (ppb) of PAA should be transferred to foodstuffs from a food contact material as a standard guideline. As part of its Corporate & Social Responsibility commitments, Metsä Tissue has analysed and dealt with this issue. All of our coloured and printed napkin specifications fall well below this, with a defined detection limit of less than 2 ppb, which independent test institutes and the industry have agreed can be termed PAA free. Our products are regularly tested at random by an independent and competent institution.

Welcome to the world of napkins



Sustainability is an integral part of Metsä Tissue’s business strategy and is reflected in our use of certified pulps. Maintaining these certifications with different management systems, and environmental labels such as the Nordic Ecolabel (Nordic Swan) or the EU-Ecolabel (EU Flower) is important for our strategy. It also helps us to meet the demands of our customers and end users for proof of environmental concern.

All FASANA manufacturing processes comply with international guidelines for quality assurance (ISO 9001), environmental management (ISO14001). In addition, the products are made in premises certified to BRC Global Standards consumer quality program, and the products are certified as food safe.

Statement Metsä Tissue:
Primary Aromatic Amines (PAAs) are by-products in the production of azo dyes and are contained in almost all of today’s mass-produced dyes. Some of the PAAs are considered carcinogenic and EC directive No. 10/2011 (KunststoffVO), states that no more than 10 parts per billion (ppb) of PAA should be transferred to foodstuffs from a food contact material as a standard guideline. As part of its Corporate & Social Responsibility commitments, Metsä Tissue has analysed and dealt with this issue. All of our coloured and printed napkin specifications fall well below this, with a defined detection limit of less than 2 ppb, which independent test institutes and the industry have agreed can be termed PAA free. Our products are regularly tested at random by an independent and competent institution.

Welcome to the world of napkins



Sustainability is an integral part of Metsä Tissue’s business strategy and is reflected in our use of certified pulps. Maintaining these certifications with different management systems, and environmental labels such as the Nordic Ecolabel (Nordic Swan) or the EU-Ecolabel (EU Flower) is important for our strategy. It also helps us to meet the demands of our customers and end users for proof of environmental concern.

All FASANA manufacturing processes comply with international guidelines for quality assurance (ISO 9001), environmental management (ISO14001). In addition, the products are made in premises certified to BRC Global Standards consumer quality program, and the products are certified as food safe.

Statement Metsä Tissue:
Primary Aromatic Amines (PAAs) are by-products in the production of azo dyes and are contained in almost all of today’s mass-produced dyes. Some of the PAAs are considered carcinogenic and EC directive No. 10/2011 (KunststoffVO), states that no more than 10 parts per billion (ppb) of PAA should be transferred to foodstuffs from a food contact material as a standard guideline. As part of its Corporate & Social Responsibility commitments, Metsä Tissue has analysed and dealt with this issue. All of our coloured and printed napkin specifications fall well below this, with a defined detection limit of less than 2 ppb, which independent test institutes and the industry have agreed can be termed PAA free. Our products are regularly tested at random by an independent and competent institution.
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