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IP reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 21 percent as part of 2020 goals
IP reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 21 percent as part of 2020 goals

With two years left to hit its 2020 sustainability goals, International Paper has already exceed half of its target numbers.

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Cause of Massive Fire at Iconic Paper Mill Remains a Mystery
Cause of Massive Fire at Iconic Paper Mill Remains a Mystery

The fire destroyed 30 of 36 buildings and Marcal's iconic red sign. Owner Soundview Paper Co. has said it's assessing restarting operations.

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Wooden beer bottles and paper straws -- Japan shifts from plastic
Wooden beer bottles and paper straws -- Japan shifts from plastic

Transition creates opportunities for the nation's declining paper industry.

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Port Townsend Paper Corporation Mill to recycle more, use less water
Port Townsend Paper Corporation Mill to recycle more, use less water

The Port Townsend Paper Corporation aims to increase its intake of recycled cardboard, while also reducing its consumption of fresh water by close to a million gallons per day.

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 Louisiana Gov. Edwards, LaSalle Lumber, Tolko dedicate $115 million sawmill facility
Louisiana Gov. Edwards, LaSalle Lumber, Tolko dedicate $115 million sawmill facility

The sawmill project is a joint venture of Hunt Forest Products and British Columbia-based Tolko Industries.

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China's ban on scrap imports a boon to US recycling plants
China's ban on scrap imports a boon to US recycling plants

In a twist, the investors include Chinese companies interested in having access to wastepaper or bottles.

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Kroger, nation's largest grocery chain, eliminates plastic bags
Kroger, nation's largest grocery chain, eliminates plastic bags

Kroger, the nation's largest grocery chain, will phase out the use of plastic bags in its stores by 2025. The grocer orders about 6 billion bags each year.

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100 jobs at Huhtamaki facility making McDonalds' straws
100 jobs at Huhtamaki facility making McDonalds' straws

A packaging company is creating 100 jobs in Antrim, Ireland with a new facility which will make paper straws for McDonalds.

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Sappi North America Releases 2018 Sustainability Report, Celebrates Transformational Year with New Team
Sappi North America Releases 2018 Sustainability Report, Celebrates Transformational Year with New Team

The report highlights the yearly progress toward its long-term sustainability goals through ongoing investments in employees and mills, safety standards, environmental commitments and continued innovation.

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Paper mill already making impact on Wickliffe, Ky.
Paper mill already making impact on Wickliffe, Ky.

About eight months ago Chinese company Global Win purchased the closed Verso paper mill in Wickliffe with the intent to re-open it. The mill's new name is Phoenix Paper, and it's already having an impact on the community.

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U.S. Paper Recovery for Recycling Rate Reaches Record 68.1 Percent in 2018
U.S. Paper Recovery for Recycling Rate Reaches Record 68.1 Percent in 2018

The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) announced that 68.1 percent of paper consumed in the U.S. was recovered for recycling in 2018. The recovered paper market rebounded after China's import restrictions on recovered products caused the rate to dip in 2017.

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WTO Delivers Mixed Ruling in U.S.-Canada Lumber Dispute
WTO Delivers Mixed Ruling in U.S.-Canada Lumber Dispute

The World Trade Organization said this week the U.S. violated international trade rules in the way it calculated tariffs on Canadian imports of softwood lumber in a key dispute ruling published on the WTO website.

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ND Paper honored with award from the Maine International Trade Center
ND Paper honored with award from the Maine International Trade Center

Veritiv Corporation announced the donation of a humanitarian services vehicle through its community engagement and philanthropy program, Veritiv Connects.

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Veritiv donates humanitarian services vehicle to American Red Cross to aid in emergency assistance and disaster relief
Veritiv donates humanitarian services vehicle to American Red Cross to aid in emergency assistance and disaster relief

Veritiv Corporation announced the donation of a humanitarian services vehicle through its community engagement and philanthropy program, Veritiv Connects.

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Five Ways to Prevent Paper Jams at the Office
Five Ways to Prevent Paper Jams at the Office

Believe it or not, paper jams are not always the printer's fault. In fact, low-quality paper often has inconsistent caliper, or thickness, resulting in more jams.

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International Paper won't rule out Smurfit Kappa approach
International Paper won't rule out Smurfit Kappa approach

Smurfit Kappa is now valued €3.4bn below the level rival International Paper (IP) was offering for the business one year ago.

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New tray design reduces egg breakage in Brazil's demanding conditions
New tray design reduces egg breakage in Brazil's demanding conditions

All this was created in close co-operation with a key customer and within the Huhtamaki global fiber team.

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The World's Tallest Wooden Building Mjösa Tower Completed in Norway
The World's Tallest Wooden Building Mjösa Tower Completed in Norway

The Mjösa Tower was officially opened on 15 March 2019, taking over the title of the world's tallest wooden building.

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Stora Enso signs global commitment to combat plastic pollution
Stora Enso signs global commitment to combat plastic pollution

Stora Enso has joined the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment to eliminate plastic waste and pollution at the source.

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UPM begins the transplantation of threatened species in a unique biodiversity project
UPM begins the transplantation of threatened species in a unique biodiversity project

This spring, UPM will begin a transplantation project of rare and threatened wood-inhabiting fungi in co-operation with Natural Resources Institute Finland and the University of Helsinki.

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More Than a Third of Americans are on a Roll at Wasting Toilet Paper in Public Restrooms
More Than a Third of Americans are on a Roll at Wasting Toilet Paper in Public Restrooms

More than one third of Americans are literally flushing profits down the toilet for businesses.

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Canadian premier willing to change forestry plan to end U.S. tariffs
Canadian premier willing to change forestry plan to end U.S. tariffs

Premier Blaine Higgs has signalled he's open to changing New Brunswick's forest policies ahead of a trip to Washington later this month, where he hopes to bend the ears of key U.S. policy-makers.

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Brawny Tear-A-Square Paper Towels Voted Product Of The Year 2019
Brawny Tear-A-Square Paper Towels Voted Product Of The Year 2019

Brawny® Tear-A-Square® Paper Towels, a premium paper towel with a unique quarter sheet size option, has been named Product of the Year for 2019.

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Indonesia Tycoon Who Built $9 Billion Empire Dies
Indonesia Tycoon Who Built $9 Billion Empire Dies

Eka Tjipta Widjaja, who became a coconut and palm-oil trader at the age of 15 before building a multi-billion dollar empire with businesses spanning paper and pulp to financial services, has died.

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Touring Kadant Black Clawson's new state-of-the-art facility in Lebanon, Ohio
Touring Kadant Black Clawson's new state-of-the-art facility in Lebanon, Ohio

Paperitalo Publications was honored to have received an exclusive tour of Kadant Black Clawson's new facility in Lebanon that opened less than a year ago.

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