Sustainable Forestry Initiative Certification
What is SFI Certification?
The Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) is an independent, non-profit organization responsible for maintaining, overseeing and improving a sustainable forestry certification program.
SFI was the US forest sector's initiative directly following the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development and its vision of sustainable development.
Since 1998, third party audits have been introduced in order to enhance the objectivity and give credibility to the SFI process.
The SFI standard is based on principles that promote sustainable forest management. It requires unique fiber sourcing requirements to promote responsible forest management in North America.
SFI Certification is also extended to all wood-based products.
The SFI label proves the origin and consumers can be confident knowing they are buying wood or paper products from certified forests or certified sourcing – whether it be paper, packaging, or lumber products.
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