In fact, as highlighted by a video distributed by the Association, paper produced in Europe comes from sustainable and replanted forests. Only 13% of this wood becomes paper, 50% is used for heating and 28% for construction work. Moreover, Europe’s forests are growing more and more: every day in an area of 1,500 football pitches. This is because we plant more trees than we use and then paper is used over and over again. Paper is natural, recyclable and therefore environmentally sustainable. That’s why “more paper more trees”!
Assocarta launches the “Più carta più alberi” (More paper more trees) campaign, with the aim of spreading a more precise knowledge of paper.
There was great interest in the workshop ‘The ecological transition in terms of product and process within the cartonboard supply chain. The RDM Group case.’
The Group will be at Rimini in Hall B2 / 111-210
The Group is pleased to have received the prestigious Gold Award for cartonboard packaging together with Artigrafiche Reggiane & Lai.