A Cepi study on pulp & paper industry biorefineries in Europe
Press release: Paper sector, a pioneer in food safety, updates its Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) guidelines
Energy sharing: a new right to protect and empower consumers
Energy-intensive industries: The Net Zero Industry Act requires a full value chain approach
Position paper: Targeted reform of the Electricity Market Design
Press release: Pulp and paper producers take stock of their investments in climate action
Joint feedback by energy intensive industries to the Expert Group on Climate Change Policy
Impact Assessment of reuse targets in the proposed PPWR
Assessing the impact of PPWR’s reuse targets, a short explainer
Press release: New study on impacts of EU packaging regulation shows a blanket approach on re-use may have unintended consequences: higher CO2 emissions & costs
Circular Choices for a competitive EU bioeconomy – Growing a circular future
Press release: EU associations launch coalition for a more competitive, and ambitious, EU bioeconomy
Joint Statement on the impact of the energy crisis on the EU pulp and paper sector
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 71.4%. At the forefront of the decarbonisation and industrial transformation of our economy, we embrace digitalisation and bring 21 billion value addition to the European economy and €4.5 billion investments annually.
Through its 18 national associations, Cepi gathers 490 companies operating 885 mills across Europe and directly employing more than 179,000 people.
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