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Mondi invests in Stambolijski mill in Bulgaria to reduce water use

Mondi is committed to reducing water use and increasing water recycling in its operations. A great local initiative on reducing water use comes Mondi's Stambolijski mill in Bulgaria.

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Sofidel Named a Leader in Combating Climate Change

CDP's annual environmental disclosure and scoring process is recognized as a standard for corporate environmental transparency.

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UPM launches new biostimulant product range as a long-term solution for sustainable agriculture

UPM Biochemicals has announced the launch of a new range of bio-based plant stimulants, UPM SolargoTM. This launch marks UPM's entry into the large and profitable agrochemicals market with an innovative, sustainable alternative to fossil raw materials-based products.

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Biomaterial in Tokyo and Taiko Paper commence second-generation bioethanol production project

Rengo Co., Ltd. announces that its consolidated subsidiary Taiko Paper Mfg., Ltd. (TPM) has partnered with Biomaterial in Tokyo Co., Ltd. to commence a demonstration project to produce second-generation bioethanol, which is the raw material for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).

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Södra to invest in green electricity generation at its Mörrum pulp mill in Sweden

Södra has decided to invest in a new condensing turbine in the pulp mill at Mörrum, which will increase the county of Blekinge's electricity generation by 20%.

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UPM donates EUR 400,000 for top research on the overall climate impact of commercial forests

UPM donates EUR 400 000 to the University of Helsinki to study the overall climate impact of commercial forests. The research, called Carbon Sinks+, aims to understand how commercial forests affect to climate change in ways other than as carbon sinks and stores.

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Weyerhaeuser and Lapis Energy announce carbon sequestration exploration agreement

The agreement covers 187,500 acres of subsurface rights owned by Weyerhaeuser and spans five potential sequestration sites, including two locations that were previously identified by Weyerhaeuser as prospective opportunities for carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) development.

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Environmental and water management permits for Metsa Group's Kemi bioproduct become legally binding

The Supreme Administrative Court of Finland dismissed the appeal made against the environmental permit package for Metsä Group's Kemi bioproduct mill, as well as the appeal regarding the decision on the environmental permit package issued by the Vaasa Administrative Court on November 14, 2022.

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Rayonier Announces Additional Pore Space Lease Agreements with ExxonMobil

These leases increase Rayonier's total acres under pore space lease agreements with ExxonMobil to approximately 59,000 acres.

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Södra in pilot project for sustainable construction

Södra and the construction company SSEA will build 12 apartments in Malmö in a new pilot project in sustainable construction. The project, which is carried out on behalf of MKB Fastighets AB, aims to halve the climate impact by, among other things, using cross-glued wood.

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Sonae Arauco signs wind energy purchase agreement with ENGIE in Germany

Sonae Arauco has set itself the task of actively contributing to the sustainable transformation of the construction industry. The latest measure is a Wind Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) concluded for Germany with ENGIE, which comes into force on April 1.

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Suppliers secured for Rottneros Group's investment in renewable energy

Last spring, the board of the Rottneros Group decided to invest 93 MSEK in a solar park and energy storage.

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AF&PA and AWC Respond to EPA's PM NAAQS Rule

The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) President and CEO Heidi Brock and American Wood Council (AWC) President and CEO Jackson Morrill responded to the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) announcement of an updated National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for particulate matter (PM2.5), which lowers the standard to 9 µg/m3.

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Metsä Group and ANDRITZ are aiming for ambitious climate goals

The goal of the multi-year cooperation is to increase the effectiveness of emission reductions and to find completely new ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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OCED Selects Four Projects in KY, MS, TX, and WY to Advance Technologies to Reduce Harmful Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Carbon Capture Pilot at Vicksburg Containerboard Mill: Vicksburg, Mississippi

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Stora Enso partners with IUCN to advance positive impacts on biodiversity

Stora Enso has, as a forest industry forerunner, developed a science-based framework to verify net positive impact on biodiversity.

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Stora Enso publishes its Annual Report 2023

Stora Enso also reports against the SASB's Sustainability Accounting Standards for Forest Management and Containers & Packaging.

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Tetra Pak invests to further boost recycling across EU

Tetra Pak is announcing several strategic investments designed to level up the recycling capacity for carton packages in the European Union (EU).

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UPM acts to improve and restore thousands of hectares of habitats

As part of its Forest Action forest responsibility programme, UPM has published a new forest habitat programme aimed at increasing biodiversity in UPM's own forests in Finland. Other aims of habitat restoration include restoration of hydrology and increased carbon sequestration.

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Cascades is proud to offer even more sustainable alternatives for hard-to-recycle packaging with a brand new line of produce baskets with flaps

Cascades is pleased to announce the launch of new produce basket designs for the produce sector. Made from up to 100% recycled fibres, these new produce baskets with flaps offer produce growers a sustainable alternative to replace more hard-to-recycle packaging.

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4,600 kilometers for SCA's electric timber truck

Since SCA's unique electric timber truck was put into operation in June 2022, it has covered a distance of 4,600 kilometers, equivalent to more than one lap around the globe.

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Canfor to reduce reliance on natural gas with hydrogen power project in Prince George, B.C.

Company partnering with Chilliwack's Teralta to use sodium chlorate byproducts to help run pulp mill.

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Home compostability certification for Metsä Board paperboards

Metsä Board, part of Metsä Group, has achieved home compostability certification for all its white kraftliners and folding boxboards (excluding PE-coated grades). The certification was issued by DIN CERTCO based on the compliance with standard NF T 51-800.

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Mondi hosts first-of-its-kind round table to tackle used paper bags from construction

The project aimed at finding solutions how to scale up the collection, sorting and recycling of used paper bags, and reduce waste.

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Paper Excellence's Crofton mill fined $25,500 for dumping toxic waste into ocean

Mill has been slapped with a $25,500 penalty for releasing more than one million litres of toxic waste into the Salish Sea.

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