In December 2017, ICMA Sartorial Paper obtained the latest and updated version of the UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 certification.
The ISO 9001:2015 constitutes for ICMA the endorsement of a policy that has been pursuing since its foundation: to create papers with measurable quality standards and with highly innovative and original aesthetic characteristics.
The company has had FSC Chain of Custody and Controlled Wood certification since August 2009.
Certificate Code: COC-000067
Licence Code: FSC-C019505
We are constantly updated on REACH regulations.
Icma works with natural mineral fillers, obtained without having to open dedicated quarries. So we recycle the scraps of select natural materials resulting from their main applications.
We produce paper without heavy metals. Even aluminium, although not a heavy metal, has been eliminated from our coatings to avoid eco-compatibility issues at the end of the lifecycle of the paper, which could otherwise not be composted or incinerated.
Our laboratories have studied coatings that minimize the use of chlorine so as to offer our customers ECF (Elementary Chlorine Free) and TCF (Totally Chlorine Free) papers. Moreover, Icma products are free from phthalates, which are toxic if ingested by young children.
Icma papers are recyclable.
In turn, we recycle production scraps, consisting mostly of paper and cardboard, returning them to the recycled paper market.
Icma coatings are water-based. Our processing, therefore, does not entail the evaporation and dispersion of solvents.
Our papers are air-dried using a modern, low-emission natural gas boiler.
We are careful about the consumption of potable water and its recycling.
We have always recycled all the water from the manufacturing process and, to reduce the amount of potable water used, we purify the wastewater by distilling it for reuse during processing instead of throwing it away.
Our systems are constantly upgraded and improved to lower the required amount of energy consumed.
Icma produces most of its required electricity using photovoltaic panels installed on the roofs of the facility.