Our Commitment

Sustainability is no rocket science, we believe sustainability is about offering options that are responsible to economics, environmental and social issues.

EAP is constantly researching for solutions that would benefit our customers. We are determine to help our customer meeting their green and responsible procurement goals without compromising on quality or cost.

How We do it

Responsible Sourcing

Sourcing from non-controversial suppliers with responsible corporate culture ensure that no illegal logging or deforestation takes place at the source.

Certified Strategic Partners

We have a strong relationship with our manufacturing partners who only source from ISO certified (ISO 9001 and ISO 14001) suppliers.

Certified Products

Currently more than 80% of our tissue and paper products are made from FSC® certified responsible sources. Our cleaning Wipes are also HACCP certified for food safety.

Environmental Certifications

You’ll find that many EAP products have environmental and food safety certifications so you can be assured that they were made from responsible sources and have meet the highest standards of sustainability.

FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council®)

FSC® is a global, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of responsible forest management worldwide. FSC members include some of the world’s leading environment groups such as WWF and Greenpeace.

It enables businesses and consumers to make informed choices about the forest products they buy, and create positive change by engaging the power of market dynamics. EAP is a valid FSC® Chain-of-Custody holder and a member of the FSC Australia Economic Chamber.

HACCP Australia

HACCP stands for Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point. HACCP is a risk management methodology used by the food and related industries for the control of food safety hazards to acceptable risk levels.

Australia’s leading food businesses (retail, service and manufacturing) now demand that their suppliers have a HACCP-based food safety programme in place. Many also require non-food products and services to be compatible with their HACCP programme.