We love our planet
& care about the environment!
As a paper-based company the environment is at the forefront of what we do. Therefore, all our cards are printed on FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) - certified board from sustainable forests.
We are proud to be an eco friendly company that sell sustainable and environmentally greeting cards, party and gift products.
Achieving sustainable development
What does FSC means?
FSC paper means that the pulp for making the paper is made from trees from sustainable forests (maintain the forest/wildlife/water ecosystem). It is completely bio-degradable and recyclable. This means that the paper pulp has been sourced in an environmentally friendly, socially responsible and viable manner. FSC certification tracks forest products from the forest through each stage of processing, conversion, printing and distribution. The Chain of Custody process ensures the greeting cards are coming from responsibly managed sources.
Our greeting cards are plastic free
We do not use cellophane bags for our greeting cards they are supplied without cellophane.
In this way we save tons of plastic waste going into the environment.
Card Group is an FSC certified company.
(Forest Stewardship Council)
Our FSC certification code: SAI-COC-010787.
License code FSC-C155941
All our greeting cards are printed on FSC certified paper.
All envelopes used for our greeting cards are made from FSC paper.
Bows & Ribbons packaging material is ECO friendly. All plastic packaging has been removed and replaced with paper packaging.
Balloons packaging material is ECO friendly. All plastic packaging has been removed and replaced with paper packaging.
We follow the timber regulation. Paper products come under the EU Timber Regulations (EUTR), which prohibit the importation and use of illegally harvested timber and timber products.
We use soya ink (plant base) for printing and water-based sealers as standards. This ink meets the EU REACH standard.
This means the printer uses vegetable inks & the environmental benefits of using these are that they are a renewable resource, conserve petroleum supplies, reduce VOCs (volatile organic compounds). At the end of the” life” of the product vegetable inks can be easier to” de-ink” during the recycling process and therefore easier to recycle.