| CEPI released its annual market and industry review for 2017 which confirms, despite a challenging global environment, the strong performance of industry in Europe.
| Two Untha XR waste shredders are now in operation for VPK Packaging Group in continental Europe, shredding pulped ropes as part of a closed loop paper production process.
| According to Future Market Insights, the demand for recycled paper is increasing at a CAGR of more than 7-8% annually in the developing countries.
| The Ingram Micro Distribution GmbH company in Straubing makes a summary: For two years now the ITK distributor has disposed of 840 tons of cardboard every year with the BaleTainer - a fully automatic baling press.
| ISRI’s Scrap Specifications Circular now includes zero tolerance guidelines.
| A trend towards the “unilateral imposition of regulations” was bemoaned by BIR World President Ranjit Singh Baxi of J&H Sales International during the world recycling organisation’s latest Paper Division meeting, held in Barcelona on May 28.
| Paper Recycling is a success: 72.5% (60 million tonnes) of all paper consumed in Europe is collected for recycling and 83% (50 million tonnes) of this recycling is made in the European paper mills.
| Lyndex Recycling Systems, a UK-based manufacturer of high volume balers and waste recycling machinery, will highlight a range of 2-Ram balers processing waste plastics, paper and other recyclates, together with the company’s cloud-based data logging and diagnostic solution..
| On track to reaching its commitment of achieving a 74% paper recycling rate across Europe by 2020, the European Paper Recycling Council (EPRC) today revealed its latest figure of 72.5%.
| The two-year Horizon 2020 IMPACTPapeRec project is reaching its final stages this month. To this end, a final conference was organised at the Committee of the Regions in Brussels.
| The Horizon 2020 IMPACTPapeRec Project will come to an end in January. To this end, a final conference will be held at the Committee of the Regions in Brussels on the morning of 24 January 2018.
| China’s proposed import restrictions on lower grades of recovered fibre will require major investments by suppliers in quality control processes and technology, according to Andreas Uriel.
| Every two years the EPRC rewards the most innovative paper recycling projects from across the continent with the prestigious European Paper Recycling Award.
| The BIR Paper Division will be organising a diversified meeting at its upcoming plenary session on Monday, 16 October 2017 at 15.00 at the Taj Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi.