What your product packaging is made of and where it's sourced matter. Go green with Oliver.
We actively fulfill our environmental responsibilities by investing in alternative energy sources and energy-efficient equipment to lower our carbon impact. Our lean operations approach reduces overall waste to near zero, and we've earned environmental certifications from internationally recognized organizations.
What does sustainable packaging mean to us? We define it as packaging that achieves its intended role while minimizing resource requirements, using only responsibly sourced materials, and maximizing opportunities for recovery, recycling, or reuse.
Oliver’s green options include:
Oliver is proud to offer innovative board options that support your eco-friendly initiatives without sacrificing quality.
These board options include tree-free substrates—made with sugarcane bagasse, a byproduct previously treated as waste—and post-consumer recycled paperboard. Tree-free and post-consumer recycled boards are customizable and can be used for folding cartons in addition to marketing collateral.
With folding carton designers in each of our facilities, we provide a breadth and depth of experience in right-size packaging, enhancing the potential for reuse or recycling, and developing a structural design to stand out from the competition. We invest in the latest print and folding carton technologies to increase throughput and reduce our carbon footprint.
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), Sustainable Forest Initiative (SFI), and Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) programs provide third-party certifications that our wood and pulp suppliers support and practice responsible forest management principles.
FSC is an international, not-for-profit organization that has developed principles and criteria to certify forests and forest products and ensures forests are managed in a responsible manner that makes them a truly renewable resource.
SFI is a North American forestry standards organization committed to continuously improving responsible forest management. Program participants must meet or exceed applicable water quality laws and regulations, with measures to manage and protect water wetlands and riparian zones on certified lands.
PEFC is an international non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting sustainable forest management (SFM) through independent third-party certification. PEFC is flexible enough to reflect the specific national circumstances, yet is also in compliance with international requirements. It is also accessible, viable, and affordable.