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BillerudKorsnäs introduces a new life cycle assessment tool for packaging

Many brands and retailers could reduce the climate impact of their packaging up to 50 percent and avoid thousands of tonnes of carbon dioxide being emitted to air.

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DS Smith launches Circular Design Principles to drive sustainability in packaging

DS Smith is launching its brand-new Circular Design Principles, as it reveals new research that shows there is a desperate need for consistent design to help cut through the confusion in the recycling of packaging.

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Lecta Now Operating Under the ISO 45001 Standard

Lecta has successfully completed the adaptation process of OHSAS 18001 certification to the new ISO 45001 standard for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems in all its manufacturing sites as planned.

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Province expects Northern Pulp to follow latest order, despite company's concerns

Nova Scotia's environment minister says that regardless of any concerns Northern Pulp has with an order he recently issued, he expects the company to abide by the terms as outlined in the document.

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Roseburg publishes environmental product declaration for Medford, Oregon, MDF products

Roseburg Forest Products has published its eighth certified Environmental Product Declaration, providing standardized and objective information about the lifecycle environmental impacts of the company's wood products, and now including Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF).

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Smurfit Kappa aligning climate change goal with Science Based Target initiative

Smurfit Kappa is taking another step forward in its sustainability journey by signing a commitment to align its CO2 target with the Science Based Target (SBT) initiative.

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The 2019 integrated report of Sofidel

Sofidel, one of the global leading manufacturers of tissue paper for hygienic and domestic use, has announced its 2019 Integrated Report.

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UPM Raflatac expands Forest Film product range with the industry's first wood-based polyethylene label film

UPM Raflatac launches UPM Raflatac Forest Film PE™ to complement its range of sustainable film labeling solutions. The new PE film label takes UPM Raflatac forward in its quest for a smarter future beyond fossils, decreasing the use of fossil-based virgin raw materials in home and personal care labeling applications.

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UPM to double the amount of broadleaved trees growing in its forests

UPM has newly adopted the target of doubling the amount of broadleaved trees growing in company-owned forests in Finland

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International Paper Florida mill gets stricter environmental guidelines; critics say not strict enough

A new slate of state-imposed operational rules will require International Paper to pay $190,000 in penalties, implement a $1 million environmental mitigation project and pay a $10,000 fine each time it fails certain water quality tests.

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Nova Scotia to pay up to $10 million to assist cleanup of Northern Pulp site

The Nova Scotia government says it is providing a maximum of $10 million under an agreement with the Northern Pulp mill to help with the cleanup of the site while the mill is in hibernation.

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Sustana Fiber accepting cartons at Canadian paper mill

Sustana Fiber says its mill in Lévis, Quebec, has begun accepting beverage and food cartons for recycling, thereby becoming the first mill in Canada to recycle cartons in the last 20 years.

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U.S. Paper Industry Achieves Consistently High Recycling Rate

Over the last decade, the U.S. paper industry achieved a consistently high recycling rate, meeting or exceeding 63 percent since 2009 -- a rate that's nearly doubled since 1990, when the industry first set a paper recycling goal.

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Cascades named to the list of the 50 Top Business Moves for the Planet

To mark Earth Day's 50th anniversary, Earth Day Canada and Earth Day Initiative, in collaboration with Corporate Knights, have released the 50 Top Business Moves for the Planet.

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DC Circuit Calls for More Pollution Control at Pulp Mills

Although certain toxins discharged from furnaces and kilns at pulp mills were not deemed dangerous in a list of substances the government monitors, the D.C. Circuit ruled that they should have been considered harmful.

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Greif Releases 2019 Sustainability Report

Greif, Inc. announced the release of its online 2019 Sustainability Report. The annual report details Greif's commitment to continuous improvement through an integrated approach to environmental and social responsibility. The report provides the company's 2025 sustainability goals and highlights progress and strategies underway to achieve those goals.

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Metsä Board achieves the highest sustainability rating from EcoVadis

With a top score of 82/100 Metsä Board is among the highest 1% of companies assessed in the in the manufacture of corrugated paper and paperboard and containers of paper and paperboard industries.

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Nova Scotia releases terms of reference for Northern Pulp report

Northern Pulp has been given a clearer idea of what the province is looking for if the company is to reopen its mill in Pictou County.

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Northern Pulp to invest in modernizing mill and revitalizing Nova Scotia's forestry sector

Northern Pulp Nova Scotia has requested Nova Scotia Environment issue a timely, well-defined, and outcome-based Environmental Assessment process for its proposed Effluent Treatment Facility (ETF) modernization.

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PFAS contamination found at Graphic Packaging facility in White Pigeon, Michigan

The former site of the White Pigeon Paper Company -- now owned and operated by Graphic Packaging International -- has been added to the state's list of PFAS contamination sites.

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Domtar Joins American Forest Foundation's Family Forest Carbon Program

As an extension of our sustainable forestry principles, Domtar has joined the American Forest Foundation (AFF) as a partner in its Family Forest Carbon Program (FFCP). This new initiative, designed to enhance carbon sequestration in family-owned forestland across the United States, includes other business partners and charitable foundations, as well as the Nature Conservancy.

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Essity publishes its Annual and Sustainability Report for 2019

Hygiene and health company Essity has published its Annual and Sustainability Report for 2019 on www.essity.com.

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Norske Skog invests in energy-efficient measures at Saugbrugs plant in Norway

ENOVA and the NOX-Fund have allocated a total of NOK 66 million ($6.6 million) for energy efficiency measures at Norske Skog Saugbrugs. Saugbrugs invests a total of NOK 165 million ($16.5 million) in energy-efficient measures at the plant. The measures will take the company another step towards an even lower energy consumption.

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Study: Forest industry mills could near carbon-neutrality target by 2035

A new study by the Pöyry consulting firm estimates that Finnish forest industry mills could almost completely replace fossil fuels with renewable energy sources by the year 2035.

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'Catastrophic' Loss of Amazon Forest Looms, Suzano CEO Warns

There are few corporate chiefs in Brazil more outspoken on the environment than Walter Schalka, the head of the world's largest producer of wood pulp. And he has a dire prediction for the Brazilian Amazon: Deforestation will accelerate this year.

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