At Spicers, we maintain an enduring commitment to the power of print, in all of its forms. To our customers and suppliers, our employees and to the paper and printing industry, our promise is simple: to always make doing business with us easy.

committed to our industry

Our ongoing commitment to the print and paper industry includes continual investment in our own business, as well as the support of industry initiatives that ensure the future of print for generations to come.

We support the following organizations:

Committed to a cleaner tomorrow

Preserving the future of our environment is a priority for our company. Sustainability initiatives are shared throughout the paper industry to ensure a healthy planet today and tomorrow.


Our commitment to sustainability begins in our own facilities, and extends to our mill partners and organizations we support who provide certifications of good forestry practices to our suppliers.

Doing Our Part

Our commitment to the environment includes sustainability initiatives across all our offices and warehouses, where we have initiated programs that reduce fossil fuel consumption, promote recycling and shrink our carbon footprint.

  • Facilities with state-of-the-art lighting systems and lighting retrofits to reduce energy output.
  • E-waste program including dry toner, computers, batteries and monitors
  • Recycling program of t8 fluorescent bulbs that contain mercury
  • Increased fuel efficiency in our distribution fleet
  • Idle-free delivery zone policy

Partner Organizations

Paper production and the paper industry has long supported sustainable forest management. Our industry works directly with organizations who certify good forestry practices, allowing us to remain good shepherds of the environment around us.

Supplier Programs

Spicers Paper is proud to work with mill suppliers who care about the environment as much as we do, implementing the following initiatives:

  • Incoming products with environmental certifications have increased by 20%
  • Use of certified forest fiber and renewable energy sources
  • Recycling program of t8 fluorescent bulbs that contain mercury
  • Reduced chemical, energy and water usage, as well as reduced effluent discharge
  • Increased manufacturing of products with recycled fiber