Kelheim Fibres uses exclusively FSC® complying wood pulp. The wood comes from sustainably managed forests, harvested under strict observance of social and environmental legal standards, and from other controlled sources.
See our FSC® certificate here.
Kelheim Fibres uses exclusively PEFCTM complying wood pulp. The wood comes from sustainably managed forests, harvested under strict observance of social and environmental legal standards, and from other controlled sources.
See our PEFCTM certificate here.
The OEKO-TEX® seal guarantees products which are particulary low in harmful residues.
See our OEKO-TEX® certificate here.
Our VILOFT® fibres are fully biodegradable in marine environments.
Our core products are compostable according to DIN EN 13432.
See our registration as compostable material here.
The ISO 9001 certification confirms that we have implemented a systematic quality management system and that our processes are aligned with the requirements of our customers.
See our ISO 9001 certificate here.
Kelheim Fibres operates an energy management system certified to ISO 50001 in which the energy flows in the company are systematically recorded and optimised.
See our ISO 50001 certificate here.
BIOBASED certification from the US Department of Agriculture confirms that our core products are at least 97 % organic.
See our USDA certificate here.
As a German fibre producer, Kelheim Fibres meets the requirements of the EU REACH Chemicals Regulation.
See our REACH certificate here.
Canopy is a not-for-profit environmental organization dedicated to protecting forests, species and climate. Canopy has collaborated with more than 750 companies to develop innovative solutions, make their supply chains more sustainable and help protect our world’s remaining ancient and endangered forests.
See our CanopyStyle Report here.
Note : Due to additives, individual fibre products are not available with specific certifications.
EMAS is the world’s most demanding system for sustainable environmental management and was developed by the European Commission. EMAS focuses on continuous improvement of environmental parameters, transparent reporting and independent certification by external experts.
Certification is anticipated end of 2020.