Happy March! We’re continuing our pulp and paper news roundups with this month’s installment of what’s happening across the industry. Some of these stories include: an increase in total U.S. printing-writing paper shipments, the role pulp and paper plays in producing bio-product, and updates on what the Ukraine-Russia conflict means for the industry as a whole.
Learn more about what’s been going on in the pulp and paper industry below!
- Willamette Falls Paper Company Cuts Waste with Energy Trust of Oregon Program
- Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Will Likely Halt Planned Investments in the Russian Forest Industry
- No FSC Material from Russia and Belarus Until the Invasion Ends
- Robot Drones Help Detect and Prevent Ever Increasing Forest Fires
- How Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Impacts the European Pulp and Paper Industry
- International Paper to Explore Strategic Options for Ownership Interest in Ilim Group
- Total U.S. Packaging Papers & Specialty Packaging Shipments Decreased Two Percent in February 2022
- Total U.S. Printing-Writing Paper Shipments Increased Two Percent in February 2022
- OCC’s $128 per ton National Average is Up 60% in One Year
- Could the Pulp and Paper Industry Play a Role in Producing Bio-Products?