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Paper has long been the number one recyclable mono-material. Accordingly, the market leader Sappi has expanded its portfolio of barrier papers and is now offering businesses a vast range of innovative packaging paper solutions.

Stora Enso and Finnish dairy company Valio distribute 10 000 wood-fibre-based biocomposite lids to encourage consumers to reduce their food waste.

Ranpak, a leading provider of environmentally sustainable product protection solutions for e-commerce and industrial supply chains, is announcing the North America launch of FillPak Trident™, an innovative, highly efficient packaging solution for medium and high volume shippers such as E-commerce hubs and fulfillment and distribution centers.

Paper based packaging that is used in bakeries, food outlets and quick service restaurants (QSR) often contains a treatment of a non-decomposable high-fluorinated chemical, known as PFAS.  

Introducing KruKraft Natural, the cleanest and strongest paper grade made from 100% post-consumer content

Flexible packaging is a growing business, and there is an increasing demand for paper instead of finite raw materials such as plastic. Flexible packaging papers are a good option for food and beverage brands who prefer renewable and recyclable packaging that meets the needs of eco-conscious consumers.

When Timothée Boitouzet studied architecture in Japan, where buildings need to survive earthquakes, he realised the next smart material might be one that humans have used for thousands of years—wood.

Look at anything made from trees—a ream of paper, a cardboard box, lumber—and it's probably stamped with the logo of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) or an equivalent organization.

Filtering the salt from seawater can take a lot of energy or specialised engineering. A thin membrane made of porous wood may be able to fix that.

The 5G mobile network will revolutionise our everyday services and keep modern society running. For that reason it is vital to be able to guarantee the security of the operating environment.

The ecological bio-production of xylitol and cellulose nanofibers using modified yeast cells, from material produced by the paper industry has been achieved by a Japanese research team.

Insects are critical contributors to ecosystem functioning, and like most living organisms their co-evolution with microbes has been essential to support these functions.

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