Faber-Castell has been producing high-quality art supplies for over 250 years. They are known for their premium products, from pencils and pens to markers and watercolors. But what sets them apart from other art supply companies is their focus on sustainability.
At the heart of Faber-Castell's sustainability efforts is their focus on materials. They use sustainably sourced wood from their own forests in Brazil and certified forests in other parts of the world. They also use recycled plastic in many of their products and packaging, and their manufacturing processes are designed to minimize waste and energy consumption.
But that's not all. Faber-Castell has gone above and beyond to reduce their carbon footprint. They have installed solar panels at their headquarters in Germany, which generate more than 50% of their electricity needs. They have a 'zero landfill' policy, meaning they strive to reuse or recycle all waste generated in their manufacturing process.
Faber-Castell's commitment to sustainability extends beyond their products and operations… They have partnered with the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI), a global non-profit wildlife and environment conservation organization, to promote environmental awareness… They offer educational materials and resources for teachers and students, to learn about sustainability and environmental stewardship…They provide art supplies to underprivileged children around the world.
For additional information or inquiries about Faber-Castell, please contact Tatiana Pinto, DFD’s Writing Arts Category Manager at [email protected]
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