A UNIVERSAL SYMBOL OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP
With more than 30 years of leadership, Green Seal is among the world’s most trusted ecolabels for cleaning and sanitary paper products.
More than 100 federal, state, and local purchasing policies specify Green Seal-certified products. And, certified sanitary paper products automatically earn the Climate Pledge Friendly badge on Amazon, identifying more sustainable options for buyers. Join hundreds of leading brands in proving that your sanitary paper product meets the highest sustainability standard in the marketplace.
When you see a product with a “Green Seal” ecolabel, you know it has passed a strict set of standards.
Cascades Tissue Group
Certified since 2017, Cascades Tissue Group’s strong and absorbent towel rolls are made with 50% post-consumer material.
THE GREEN SEAL STANDARD
Only the safest, most responsible, and most effective products in the marketplace can achieve the Green Seal. Certified sanitary paper products meet our comprehensive criteria for environmental protection and uncompromising performance. Among other attributes, sanitary paper products are verified for:
✓ 100% Recycled Material
✓ Post-Consumer Content
✓ Chlorine-Free Processing
Relevant product types can be certified under our Standard for Sanitary Paper Products (GS-1).
trusted by Industry Leaders
Green Seal’s cleaning product standards are cited by government agencies and leading green building programs.
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
- U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)
- WELL Building Institute
Prove You Meet the Highest Standard of Sustainability
The Green Seal mark tells the world that you meet a high bar for protecting the health of people and the planet. Take advantage of our wide variety of complimentary marketing tools to help you promote your certification; an online listing in our certified directory used by purchasers worldwide; the Climate Pledge Friendly designation on your Amazon product listings, and one-on-one support from our Customer Success team.