Canopy, a non-profit organization devoted to protecting the world's forests, species and climate, is offering up special limited edition copies of Margaret Atwood's new book, "In Other Worlds," that have all been printed on paper made from a combination of straw left over from grain harvests and recycled paper. The company calls the paper Second Harvest and says that the paper is the first of its kind.
Cascades executives have inaugurated the recent addition of $3.7 million in new deinking equipment at the Cascades Fine Papers Group, Breakey Fibres mill.
NewPage Corp. seeks to continue operations and provide wages and benefits to its 6000 employees as part of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing made yesterday in Delaware.
Unisource Worldwide, Inc. has won a prestigious Gold Ink Award for its five-book collection titled “What Doesn’t Kill Me Makes Me Stronger.”
NewPage announced today that it has received a 2011 InterTech™ Technology Award from the Printing Industries of America for TrueJet Digital Coated Papers
(Press Release) MEMPHIS, Tenn., March 29, 2011, PRNewswire—International Paper (NYSE: IP) has entered into agreements with Mr. L.N. Bangur, and related family members and affiliates to purchase approximately 53.5 percent of the outstanding shares of Andhra Pradesh Paper Mills Limited (NSE: APPAPER | BSE: 502330) for approximately US$257 million in cash.
A new grant from The McGraw-Hill Companies to the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) will launch a textbook recycling program
(Press Release) The audit on the 19th, 20th and 21st of October 2010 by the Bureau
Veritas certification body, resulted in the successful renewal of our FSC certification (licence no. C023778) and in obtaining the PEFC certification for both PDL, Papeteries du Léman and PDV, Papeteries des Vosges.
Cascades Fine Papers Group received a 2010 Boreal Award during the annual gala presented by the Boreal Leadership Council and the Canadian Boreal Initiative (CBI), for its contribution to the safeguard and sustainable development of the Boreal Forest.
The amended U.S. Lacey Act, which prohibits trade within the United States of products made from plants that are harvested in contrary to international law or the law of their countries of origin, has already impacted the wood industry, from the investigation of Gibson Guitars to a recently reported seizure of Peruvian hardwood. Both of these cases involved solid wood products. But what about paper?