Your boxes from Sandland Packaging are certified CarbonNeutral

Sandland Packaging is committed to sustainability through improving our impact on the environment, taking care of our customers, staff and suppliers and looking out for the wider community. We take our responsibilities seriously and continuously improve our commitment to better practice and better policies.

We’re extremely pleased to announce we have successfully achieved environmental management standard ISO 14001, further underpinning our significant commitment to sustainability. This is in addition to becoming the FIRST corrugated sheet plant in the UK to become FULLY carbon neutral by measuring and offsetting ALL carbon emissions across Scope 1 and 2 and all 15 categories in Scope 3.

This means all boxes produced by Sandland Packaging are certified carbon neutral and crucially are emissions free for our customers. Use this to reduce your Carbon Emissions and show your customers you use Carbon Neutral packaging.

Our full Carbon Neutral status is part of our ongoing journey to becoming Carbon NetZero by 2040. In addition to this we have achieved Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) certification and plant one tree in the UK for every five orders manufacturedTo support the local community, we give a monthly donation to a local childcare organisation which provides pre and after school care for children.

A significant help for our customers is providing better alternatives to plastic and polystyrene packaging. Often we can design a single fitment helping speed up production as well as reduce the impact on the environment.

We're the first FULLY Carbon Neutral packaging company. We’ve measured and offset ALL carbon emissions across Scope 1 and 2 and all 15 categories in Scope 3.
Planting a tree for every 5 orders manufactured. To date, we’ve planted 4,715 trees!
Proud to hold FSC® certification. Ask us more about our FSC® products
We’re proud to be certified carbon neutral and hold ISO 19001 AND 14001 quality management certificates.

Case Study

Using Void-filled cardboard to replace polystyrene packaging