Arctic Paper is commissioning the expanded hydropower plant at the mill in Munkedal. The investment of just over SEK 100 million increases the power from 2 to 6 MW, which in combination with the planned solid fuel boiler is sufficient to meet up to 80 percent of Arctic Paper Munkedal's energy needs with its own sustainable energy.

A new Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) study, conducted by leading environmental consultancy Ramboll for the European Paper Packaging Alliance (EPPA), demonstrates the significant benefits of single-use fibre based products compared to re-use systems particularly in saving carbon emission and freshwater consumption.

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