Sustainable      every day 

At Metsä Fibre, we want to be sustainable in all our activities, every single day. To achieve this, we ensure that our products and supply chain comply with the highest sustainability standards, at every step, from forest to finished product.

For us, sustainability and responsibility are an integral part of everything we do. We use Nordic wood from sustainably managed forests for the resource-efficient production of our products that can replace fossil-based raw materials. We take care of our employees’ well-being and safety. In production, we invest in the continuous reduction of fossil-based carbon dioxide emissions and the minimisation of our operations’ environmental impact. Throughout our whole business, we are making our mills increasingly efficient in terms of the environment, and in terms of resources, raw materials, water and energy. We produce significant amounts of renewable energy and other bioproducts from our side streams.

Our strong commitment to our strategic sustainability targets for 2030 is helping pave the path towards a low-carbon society. Our operations support the achievement of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Supporting our customers’ sustainability journey

Metsä Fibre is working hard to meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and we want to help our customers to reach their sustainability goals - for example, with fossil-free production, reduced emissions, sustainable forestry, resource efficiency and innovations. Additionally, our supply chain is transparent, all the wood we use is 100% traceable, and we implement the best practices at all our locations.



Collaboration and innovation

Values guide Metsä Group's operations

Metsä Fibre has already developed many bioproduct innovations in cooperation with its partner ecosystem. We have discovered that pulp fibre can be used for a surprisingly wide variety of purposes. In innovative and knowledgeable hands, it can be used to replace plastic and challenge steel, for textile fibres and even as a substrate for cell growth.