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RafCycle™ by UPM Raflatac recycling service leads the way with DEKRA validated CO2 calculation method

Helsinki (News release) - UPM Raflatac has received a new certificate of validity from leading international assurance service provider, DEKRA, for its RafCycle™ recycling service. Going forward, this certification validates the credibility of the CO2 impact assessments provided by RafCycle in Europe and the US. As a result, customers can communicate their environmental contributions in the labeling value chain with increased assurance.

"With DEKRA validated CO2 calculation method, RafCycle partners now have access to credible information on the potential benefits of the RafCycle service. This information helps companies make informed decisions and convey their sustainability efforts to stakeholders", states Juha Virmavirta, RafCycle Director, UPM Raflatac.

The global waste issue is significant, with the linear use of materials contributing to climate change. Stricter sustainability regulations and changing consumer preferences are driving the need for better waste management. Despite this, there is still room to improve label release liner recycling rates worldwide.

UPM Raflatac's RafCycle is the original label release liner recycling service, designed to streamline label waste management and support the circular economy. Recognized for its cost efficiency, transparency, easy implementation, and localized partner support, RafCycle offers a comprehensive solution to liner waste recycling challenges. During the past year, RafCycle has been awarded several times across the globe for its commitment to a circular economy in the packaging industry.

To learn more about RafCycle, visit our website.

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