Japan's biggest paper manufacturers have set up crack marketing and research units to leverage global movements against disposable plastic and convince the world that a "paperised" future is more than pulp fiction.
Looming forest industry tariff increases and deteriorating trade relations between Canada and United States prompted British Columbia's government to protect the pensions of retirees and workers at three Catalyst Paper pulp mills, Premier John Horgan said this past week.
Kimberly-Clark Corp.'s Cold Spring facility could be saved from closing if a new United Steelworkers agreement ratified by union members Monday night sways the company and is paired with state tax incentives.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's acting chief said on Wednesday he would push to cut regulations on industry and speed up decisions on permits, echoing the policies of former head Scott Pruitt who stepped down last week.
One of Ireland's leading forecourt retailers, Applegreen has confirmed that, from July, the brand will replace all non-recyclable single-use cups in stores with a new 100% recyclable cup created by reCUP™
The energy company St1 and the forest products company SCA have formed a partnership to develop large-scale production of renewable fuels from tall oil. The planned production site will be St1's refinery in Gothenburg.
A new survey released by FedEx Office, a leading provider of printing, packing and shipping services and a subsidiary of FedEx Corp., shows that consumers and small business owners find comfort and prefer tangible, printed materials, despite an increasingly digital and on-demand society.
A large contingent of papermakers, industry professionals, alumni, family and friends descended on the campus of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio this month for the Paper Science and Engineering Foundation's 58th Annual Meeting and Student Recognition Banquet.