A Cepi study on pulp & paper industry biorefineries in Europe
Press release: A series of EU Parliament votes on Fit for 55 sends wrong signals on industry decarbonisation & bioeconomy development
Statement: CBAM is not the solution for ALL ETS sectors, a thorough impact assessment is needed before adding new sectors
Reaction paper: Options for ensuring security of energy supply and tackling high energy prices
Statement of the European forest-based Industries on the draft ENVI Report on the Deforestation Regulation
Press release: Forest fibre could be the future of Europe’s textile industry
Press release: EU Commission Proposal for a Regulation on ecodesign underlines important principles of sustainability
Fit for 55 series: What does it take to become a front-runner?
Statement: As a provider of solutions to the EU’s strategic dependencies, the pulp & paper sector must be allowed to ‘keep the lights on’
Europe’s bioeconomy is a readily available solution to the EU’s dependence on fossil fuels
Position paper: Deforestation Regulation
Joint statement on the use of high-efficiency cogeneration (CHP) by industrial operators
Joint position paper: Single-use vs Reuse
Cepi is the European association representing the paper industry. We offer a wide range of renewable and recyclable wood-based fibre solutions to EU citizens: from packaging to textile, hygiene and tissue products, printing and graphic papers as well as speciality papers, but also bio-chemicals for food and pharmaceuticals, bio-composites and bioenergy. We are a responsible industry: 86% of our raw materials are sourced from within the European Union and 78% of the wood comes from certified forests, 92% of the water we use is returned in good condition to the environment. We are the world champion in recycling at the rate of 73.9%. At the forefront of the decarbonisation and industrial transformation of our economy, we embrace digitalisation and bring 18.5 billion value addition to the European economy and €4.5 billion investments annually.
Through its 18 national associations, Cepi gathers 495 companies operating 895 mills across Europe and directly employing more than 180,000 people.
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