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Amcor to help brands communicate packaging carbon footprint reductions through independent labelling from the Carbon Trust

Amcor, a global leader in packaging, announced the 'Reducing CO2 Packaging' Label from the Carbon Trust can now be printed on Amcor packaging to demonstrate significant carbon footprint reductions. It's part of the company's lifecycle assessment service, which enables brands to measure their packaging's carbon footprint from raw materials through end-of-use.

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APP failing its own sustainability goals, report alleges

Activists have called on financiers and clients of Asia Pulp & Paper (APP), one of the world's biggest paper producers, to stop doing business with the company, citing alleged violations of its own sustainability commitments.

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Huhtamaki signed a EUR 400 million sustainability-linked syndicated revolving credit facility

The RCF has two one-year extension options and the interest margin is tied to three sustainability indicators.

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Huhtamaki welcomes new scientific evidence on the real environmental impact of single-use packaging vs. reusable tableware

According to the recently published comprehensive Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) study, paper-based single-use products provide significant key environmental advantages when compared to reusable tableware for in-store dining in Quick Service Restaurants (QSR).

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Klabin ties new notes to water management

Sustainability goals are tied to water consumption intensity, water reuse and recycling, and the reintroduction and reinforcement of water species into the ecosystem.

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Rottneros Decides on Environmental Investments at Vallvik Mill

Rottneros' Board has decided on investments to reduce emissions to water at Vallvik Mill. The investments amount to a total of SEK 33 million and are linked to the mill's updated environmental permit, which has now gained legal force, allowing an annual pulp production of 255,000 tons.

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Sappi implements innovative barrier paper technology to increase production

Sappi Europe will introduce new barrier coating technology for functional paper packaging at its speciality mill in Alfeld, Germany, strengthening its position as the leading global provider of sustainable paper packaging solutions.

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Borregaard receives NOK 15.7 million ($1.8 million) funding for biochemicals development project

Borregaard has received a commitment of NOK 15.7 million ($1.8 million) in funding from the Research Council of Norway for a project for the development of biochemicals to replace petrochemical alternatives.

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Georgia-Pacific to end coal use at Wisconsin mill

After using coal for more than 100 years, Georgia-Pacific will shut down the last coal-fired boiler at its Green Bay Broadway mill next week.

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Glatfelter Awarded "Fine to Flush" Certificate for Dispersible Wipes

Glatfelter Corporation, a leading global supplier of engineered materials is proud to announce that it has received the "Fine to Flush" certificate from Water UK for its improved nonwoven substrate used in dispersible wipes and moist toilet tissues.

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Greif Awarded A- Leadership Score in CDP's Annual Climate Change Assessment

Greif, Inc. announced it has been awarded an A- Leadership ranking for the third year in a row by CDP as part of their annual climate change assessment. CDP operates a global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states and regions to manage the impact they make on the environment.

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Metsä Fibre receives environmental and water supply permits for its new mill in Finland

The Regional State Administrative Agency for Northern Finland has granted environmental and water supply permits to the Kemi bioproduct mill of Metsä Fibre. The environmental permit defines the limit values for the emissions of the new mill.

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Norske Skog Saugbrugs receives support to build demo-plant for production of biocomposite

Innovation Norway has allocated NOK 15 million in support of building a demonstration plant for the development of fiber composite production at Norske Skog Saugbrugs. This will accelerate the on-going development work to industrialize the production of a new type of biocomposite, which can be included in furniture, packaging and car interiors. Norske Skog Saugbrugs will develop sustainable solutions related to plastic raw materials, fiber blending, technology development and testing of biocomposites.

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Sappi: SETS chair appointed to Presidential Climate Change Commission

Sappi Limited wishes to congratulate Mr Valli Moosa for his appointment by President Cyril Ramaphosa as deputy-chair and member of the inaugural Presidential Climate Change Coordinating Commission for South Africa. The Commission is chaired by the President.

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Smurfit Kappa establishes Recycling Dual GmbH in Germany

Smurfit Kappa has launched a new company called Recycling Dual GmbH in Germany. Recycling Dual offers an innovative and integrated holistic solution to track the entire life cycle of paper, cardboard and carton packaging.

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Sonoco Joins Holy Grail 2.0, an Initiative to Prove Viability of Digital Watermarking for Sorting Packaging Waste

Sonoco, one of the most sustainable, diversified global packaging companies, is pleased to announce its partnership with the Digital Watermarks Initiative Holy Grail 2.0, an initiative facilitated by AIM, the European Brands Initiative, to prove the viability of digital watermarking for sorting packaging waste and the business case at scale.

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Atlantic Packaging Announces Fishbone Recyclable Can Carrier System

Atlantic Packaging announces the launch of a recyclable can carrier system, Fishbone, to replace plastic ring handles. The Fishbone beverage carrier is a curbside recyclable, biodegradable, and performance tested product that will eliminate single use plastic from beverage packaging.

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BillerudKorsnäs recognized for leadership in climate action

BillerudKorsnäs' contribution to the low-carbon economy and actions to cut emissions have been recognized by the global environmental non-profit CDP, when BillerudKorsnäs secured a place on the prestigious 'A List' for tackling climate change.

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Canada's Forest Sector Offers Recommendations to Federal Government on Green Recovery

Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) released Innovative, Sustainable, Resilient: Recommendations from Canada's Forest Sector to Drive Economic Recovery and a Net-Zero Carbon Future. The report, submitted to the federal government, outlines how Canadian forestry workers, forest management, and forest products can help kickstart a green economic recovery.

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CDP recognises UPM with an outstanding triple 'A' score for its environmental performance

CDP, a global non-profit organisation, has recognised UPM as one of the world's Triple A List companies for tackling climate change and taking actions to ensure sustainable forest management and water security. Only ten out of more than 5,800 companies were able to receive a Triple A recognition and UPM got it for the second year in a row.

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Enviva Commemorates First Shipment of Sustainable Biomass to Japan

Enviva Partners, LP announced that its first shipment of sustainable wood pellets is on its way from Port Panama City in Florida to Japan's Iwakuni Port.

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Essity recognized by CDP with prestigious 'A' score for sustainability

Essity has been recognized for its leadership in corporate sustainability by global environmental non-profit CDP, securing a place on its prestigious 'A List' for tackling deforestation.

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Graphic Packaging International Expands Innovation Center to Support Strategic Growth in Plastic Substitution

Graphic Packaging International (GPI), a global market leader in paper-based packaging solutions for the food, beverage, foodservice and consumer products segments, is continuing its commitment to innovation by expanding its global research and development center in Louisville, Colo. The facility is growing with a focus on innovating with customers to support strategic growth initiatives including plastic substitution.

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Lecta Goes One Step Further as a Responsible Company with New Adestor Recyclable Packaging

At Lecta, we are reaffirming our commitment to sustainability by moving towards developing innovative solutions that contribute to reducing our environmental impact and encouraging the circular economy.

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Metsä Board recognized with prestigious double 'A' score for global climate and water stewardship

Metsä Board, the leading European producer of premium fresh fibre paperboards and part of Metsä Group, has been recognized for leadership in corporate sustainability by global environmental non-profit CDP, securing a place on its prestigious 'A List' for tackling climate change, as well as acting to protect water security - two of the three environmental themes covered by CDP. 

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