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Going Paperless Doesn’t Going Green

Perhaps we can finally say goodbye to those simplistic “Go green, go paperless” promotional campaigns. There’s nothing particularly green about the massive data centers that store the internet’s data, The New York Times revealed after in-depth investigation. Data centers waste... (Continue reading)

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European Paper Recycling in 2011 at 70.4%

European Paper Recycling in 2011 at 70.4%

October 11, 2012 The European paper recycling rate reached an impressive 70.4% as announced by the ERPC (European Recovered Paper Council) in their annual monitoring report. The report shows that the total amount of paper collected and recycled in the paper... (Continue reading)

Asia’s Pulp Supply and Demand: Realizing the Potential

Asia's Pulp Supply and Demand: Realizing the Potential

Market Pulp Demand 2000-2011: Why is Asia important? Asia lead by China’s fiber shortage and rapid economic growth has been so dynamic that since 2000 has accounted for almost 100% of global growth in the market pulp demand during 2000-2011.We have... (Continue reading)

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Putting forests at the heart of a new, greener economy

Putting forests at the heart of a new, greener economy

New FAO report profiles how sustainable forestry can help meet development goals . The world’s forests have a major role to play in the transition to a new, greener economy, a  theme being discussed at the Rio+20 Conference. But to spark that... (Continue reading)

BIR expects waste paper imports to rise in China and India

BIR expects waste paper imports to rise in China and India

Although the paper recycling industry was feeling the effects of a “seriously threatening” Euro-zone crisis, the sector could take comfort from the knowledge that China was set to remain “a growth market for us in the years to come”, the... (Continue reading)

European Pulp & Paper Industry: 2011 Review

European Pulp & Paper Industry: 2011 Review

The latest issue of CEPI’s Key Statistics, covering data for 2011 contains the key statistics necessary to give a picture of the performance of the European pulp and paper industry in 2011. The statistics included in this booklet is a compilation... (Continue reading)

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Indian Paper Industry Surging Ahead on Strong Fundamentals

Indian Paper Industry Surging Ahead on Strong Fundamentals

An Overview Reforms undertaken in the early 1990s made India one of the world’s fastest growing economies. The boom of the IT industry and improved agricultural production created an atmosphere of optimism, which led to the coining of phrases, such as... (Continue reading)

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Morbi An upcoming Paper Manufacturing Hub

Morbi An upcoming Paper Manufacturing Hub

Morbi, a small city of Gujarat, is house to the world’s largest clock manufacturers and also the largest ceramic production center in India. Today, it is fast emerging as a paper mill hub with the production capacity not too far... (Continue reading)

Performance of the European Pulp and Paper Industry in 2010

Performance of the European Pulp and Paper Industry in 2010

CEPI represents 95% of the European pulp and paper industry in terms of production. Through its member associations, CEPI also represents some 550 pulp, paper and board producing companies across Europe, ranging from small and medium-sized enterprises, to multinationals. Members of CEPI... (Continue reading)

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European Paper Recycling in 2010 at 68.9%

European Paper Recycling in 2010 at 68.9%

The European paper recycling rate reached an impressive 68.9% as announced by the ERPC (European Recovered Paper Council) in their final monitoring report. The report shows that since 2004 the recycling rate has increased by 10% points due in part... (Continue reading)

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