Movie Facts is a member of the Forest Stewardship Council
FFSC stands for Forest Stewardship Council. This council certifies that the paper mills are following strict procedures in managing their forests. The FSC wants to make sure the forests are managed properly and that new trees can grow and that the forests are not depleted. To have a printing job be FSC certified, several very important procedures must be followed.
1. The Chain of Custody must be followed. The printer needs a document from the paper merchant that proves that the paper bought is FSC certified. The delivery receipt must be sent to the Forest Stewardship Council for final verification.
2. The printer Must Be FSC certified. Not many printers have gone through this process. It costs at least $5000.00 and there are very strict procedures that must be checked out to see if the printer is being environmental in their printing.
3. The PDF of the print job , along with the Chain Of Custody signed A receipt with the name of the printer must be sent to the FSC..
4. The FSC will check the documents and then email back the code # that must be printed in the correct position next to the FSC emblem.