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Two Georgia-Pacific Recycled Paper Mills Open Opportunities for Paper Cup Recycling
Two Georgia-Pacific Recycled Paper Mills Open Opportunities for Paper Cup Recycling

Georgia-Pacific announced that it is now accepting mixed paper bales that contain single-use polyethylene (PE)-coated paper cups at its recycled paper mills in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and Muskogee, Oklahoma.

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Forestry Workers Welcome WTO Decision on U.S. Softwood Tariffs, Time to Settle Long-Standing Dispute
Forestry Workers Welcome WTO Decision on U.S. Softwood Tariffs, Time to Settle Long-Standing Dispute

The United Steelworkers union (USW) welcomes the latest decision in Canada's favour from the World Trade Organization (WTO) on the long-standing U.S. softwood lumber dispute.

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Forest trips introduce the multipurpose use of forests to sixth grade students
Forest trips introduce the multipurpose use of forests to sixth grade students

This August and September, UPM will be organizing forest trips for 6th grade primary school students in five different Finnish cities, where UPM's mills are located.

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As online shopping continues to grow, brands should consider consumers' packaging preferences
As online shopping continues to grow, brands should consider consumers' packaging preferences

The coronavirus pandemic's demand-shock, brick-and-mortar store closures and stay-at-home orders have upended retail sales.

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International Paper Joins Savannah River Clean Water Fund
International Paper Joins Savannah River Clean Water Fund

International Paper, one of the world's leading producers of renewable, fiber-based packaging, pulp and paper, has joined the Savannah River Clean Water Fund (Fund), a coordinated effort to permanently protect and responsibly manage forests - nature's water filter - in the Savannah River watershed.

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Coronavirus and papermaking woes bring tough times to Maine's logging industry
Coronavirus and papermaking woes bring tough times to Maine's logging industry

'This is probably the lowest point that I've ever seen,' says one logging industry veteran and association president.

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Domino's teams with WestRock to encourage more recycling of pizza boxes
Domino's teams with WestRock to encourage more recycling of pizza boxes

In an effort to encourage more recycling, Domino's and its primary box supplier, WestRock, have launched recycling.dominos.com to encourage and educate pizza lovers about their recyclables. Domino's worked with WestRock earlier this year to increase the recycled content in its pizza boxes from 40 percent to 72 percent and says they are designed for at least seven recycling cycles.

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Sappi develops new, skin-friendly hand-sanitizer ingredient
Sappi develops new, skin-friendly hand-sanitizer ingredient

Sappi has launched a skin- and planet-friendly hand hygiene ingredient - Valida - which is based on cellulose and is intended to be used by hygiene product manufacturers in products like hand sanitisers.

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Tetra Pak commits to net zero emissions
Tetra Pak commits to net zero emissions

Tetra Pak reconfirms its strategic priority in driving the sustainability transformation by setting an ambition for net zero emissions across the value chain by 2050, supporting this with an intermediate 2030 target of net zero carbon emissions across its own operations.

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Paperitalo Announces 2021 Mill Directories
Paperitalo Announces 2021 Mill Directories

Paperitalo Publications, LLC announced today it is releasing "Paperitalo's Pretty Good Pulp and Paper Mill Directories 2021 Interactive." This revolutionary 6 volume set covers all the pulp and paper mills in the United States.

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Celebrating Ten Years as Twin Rivers Paper Company
Celebrating Ten Years as Twin Rivers Paper Company

Ten years later, the hard work, strategic vision, and the diligence of our dedicated workforce paid off. We are a bigger, stronger, and more financially stable company with 1400+ employees in two countries and seven communities and the capacity to produce 550,000 TPY of specialty paper and 175,000 MMFBM of lumber.

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(Adv.) Allnorth Americas knows remote
(Adv.) Allnorth Americas knows remote

We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Jay Miele, Vice President of Allnorth Americas in Alpharetta, Georgia. Allnorth Americas (www.allnorth.com) is an engineering firm headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, with offices across North America. Allnorth has perfected working remotely, meaning using professionals in their various offices collaboratively in real time to execute clients' projects. No longer is there a need to move people from office to office or office to site to quickly and efficiently execute engineering projects.

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Businesses, including paper mill, provide toilet paper bonuses amid shortage
Businesses, including paper mill, provide toilet paper bonuses amid shortage

Clearwater paper, which produces toilet paper at its mill in Lewiston, confirmed that the company was gifting 36 rolls of bathroom tissue to each of its 3,300 employees.

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Corrugated Box Industry Keeps Supply Chain Moving Amid COVID-19 Challenges
Corrugated Box Industry Keeps Supply Chain Moving Amid COVID-19 Challenges

The manufacturers of corrugated cardboard boxes are working to keep transport packaging flowing to makers of essential products including packaging for food and other consumer products, medical and pharmaceutical products, tissue and hygiene products and more amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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McGraw-Hill Reports Company-Wide Sales of Digital Products Overtake Print for the First Time in a Fiscal Year
McGraw-Hill Reports Company-Wide Sales of Digital Products Overtake Print for the First Time in a Fiscal Year

Strong growth in digital sales was largely driven by continued expansion of Inclusive Access programs, now available on over 1,000 college campuses.

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Stora Enso tests autonomous trucks
Stora Enso tests autonomous trucks

Stora Enso, a major Finnish forestry renewable materials company, is testing an autonomous truck in their mill area in Uimaharju, Eastern Finland.

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Domtar Joins American Forest Foundation's Family Forest Carbon Program
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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'Not fair, not equitable': Softwood lumber producers continue to press for free trade after U.S. duty cuts
'Not fair, not equitable': Softwood lumber producers continue to press for free trade after U.S. duty cuts

'Canada should stay strong and continue to pursue this, because anything less than free trade is not fair'

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How Chinese investors brought feng shui to Old Town, Maine
How Chinese investors brought feng shui to Old Town, Maine

ND Paper, a subsidiary of Nine Dragons Paper (Holdings) Ltd., purchased the Old Town mill in 2018.

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Escanaba, Michigan mill marks 100 years of making paper
Escanaba, Michigan mill marks 100 years of making paper

The Verso Corp.'s Escanaba Mill celebrated a milestone Friday, Jan. 17 -- a full century of making paper.

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Wieland announces new leadership and management structure
Wieland announces new leadership and management structure

WIELAND, an ENR Top 400 Construction firm headquartered in Lansing, MI, has announced a new leadership and management structure for its company effective January 6, 2020.

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Major consumer brands linked to massive CO2 emissions from Indonesia forest fires
Major consumer brands linked to massive CO2 emissions from Indonesia forest fires

Some of the world's best known brands are fuelling climate change by sourcing palm oil and wood pulp linked to Indonesian forest fires, reveals new Greenpeace International analysis.

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Wieland Stacks Up
Wieland Stacks Up

In October, Wieland, a general contracting and construction management firm, announced it has been awarded the contract for the new Graphic Packaging mill project in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and has become a go-to company for the pulp and paper industry.

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 'Bible business has really gone soft': Philly printer to lay off 174, shut plant by Christmas
'Bible business has really gone soft': Philly printer to lay off 174, shut plant by Christmas

An enterprise that printed more than a billion Bibles since its founding during the Civil War says its Northeast Philadelphia plant will be shut by Christmas.

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Paper Industry International Hall of Fame dinner set for 3 Oct in Appleton, Wisc.
Paper Industry International Hall of Fame dinner set for 3 Oct in Appleton, Wisc.

The 25th annual dinner event is hosted by the Paper Industry International Hall of Fame, which is located inside the Paper Discover Center on the Fox River in Appleton.

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