MRAI International Conference 2015
The second edition of the Indian Metals Recycling Conference organised by Metal Recycling Association of India (MRAI) was held February 5-6 at the Ren...
2015 BIR World Recycling Convention & Exhibition i...
For the upcoming World Recycling Convention & Exhibition in Dubai, the BIR Non-Ferrous Metals Division under the interim presidency of David Chiao (Un...
Middle East to consume 28 million tonnes of paper by 2020
Increasing demand for sustainable paper has led to a flood of innovative ideas on the parts of manufacturers to diminish their environmental impact and reduce their carbon footprints
generate new inquiries and fresh business leads for companies specialising in offering sustainable products and services as well as those involved in recycling used paper products.
“While the outlook for growth remains robust, environmental concerns and the perceived need for greater sustainability in what is seen as a ‘high carbon footprint’ industry, has led to a growing trend among corporate customers to opt for sustainable and recyclable paper to meet their needs,” he added.
Increasing demand for sustainable paper has led to a flood of innovative ideas on the parts of manufacturers to diminish their environmental impact and reduce their carbon footprints. Paper from managed forests, enhancing the amount of recycled content in paper products and stationery, the use of ecologically friendly fuel to process these products are all amongst the growing transformations within the paper industry.