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23 Apr.2019 ,

EPW 2005

Title Speaker Document
European Paper Week 2005 EPW programme05.pdf

 

Title Speaker Document
Competitiveness and Sustainability: Europe’s Challenge for the 21st Century Maria de Graca Carvalho, Bureau of European Policy Advisers Carvalho-102207A.doc
CEPI 2nd Sustainability Report Reconciling Competitiveness and Sustainability: The Paper Industry’s Contribution CEPI Team CEPIEPW-102411A.pdf
The impact of Legislation: The need for simplification Jan Svärd, CEO Eka  
Sustainable Procurement David Halford, Deputy Production Director & Head of Procurement, BBC  
Making Sustainable Choices: The Challenges for Retailers Paul Rowsome, Carrefour Group  

 

CEPI Annual Meeting Programme.
Annual Meeting Speakers' Biographies

 

Seminar

Download an overview of the Seminars here.

 

Seminar 1 - Wasted Opportunity? The EU legislation on paper recovery and recycling

Title Speaker Document
  Otto Linher, DG Environment Sustainable Production and Consumption Unit Presentation
  Maria Gafo Gómez-Zamalloa, DG Enterprise and Industry, Forest-based Unit Presentation
  Massimo Medugno, Responsible for waste policy issues in CEPI’s Recycling Committee Presentation
  Fahrudin Bajric, CEPI Presentation
  Geoff Hill, Vice-Chairman of CEPI’s Recycling Committee Presentation

 

Agenda
Speakers Biographies

 

Seminar 2 - The Balance of Power: The importance of EU Energy Policy to the paper industry

Title Speaker Document
  CEPI Directors and Managers Presentation
  Peter Nygren, Manager - Energy Procurement SCA (Sweden) Presentation
  Mr. Augustijn van Haasteren, DG Competition – Energy & Water Unit Presentation

 

Agenda
Speakers Biographies

 

Seminar 3 - REACHing too far? The Potential Consequences of the Proposed Chemicals Legislation for the Pulp and Paper Industry

Title Speaker Document
  Cristina de Avila, DG Environment Presentation
  Hermann Götsch, Member of the Council Working Group on REACH Presentation
  Liisa Rapeli-Likitalo, PS&R Manager, Paper Chemicals, Water and Paper Treatment Segment, CIBA SPECIALITY CHEMICALS OY, FINLAND Presentation
  Mari Pantsar-Kallio, Environmental Affairs, UPM-KYMMENE, Finland Presentation
  Per Martinson, Regulatory Affairs and Product Safety, SCA HYGIENE, Sweden Presentation
  Javier Calvo, Policy Adviser, E.U. Environmental Legislation, EUROCOOP Presentation

 

Agenda
Speakers Biographies

 

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23 Apr.2019 ,

Ode to paper - Press conference


23 Apr.2019 ,

High Level Issue Group on Mineral Oils telephone conference call


23 Apr.2019 ,

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Comments by the Confederation of European Paper Industries on DRAFT FSC Principles and Criteria
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23 Apr.2019 ,

Steam

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