Pulp and Paper News Roundup: May 2021
We’ve gathered some of the top pulp and paper news stories from May to contribute to the spread of industry-wide knowledge and networking. This month’s top stories include an increase in the global trade of wood chips over the last decade and a fast-food giant committing to green packaging.
Learn more about what’s been going on in the pulp and paper industry below!
- Nordic Paper to Discontinue Pulp Production at Säffle Mill, Will Purchase Pulp Externally
- Escalating Pressure for European WFU Producers Raises Essential Questions
- International Council of Forest and Paper Associations Releases Global Sustainability Progress Report
- Northern Pulp Withdraws Environmental Assessment Registration for Replacement Effluent Treatment Facility
- Burger King Rolls Out Green Packaging Pilot Program
- Global Trade of Wood Chips Increased by Almost 50% from 2009 to 2020
- Total U.S. Packaging Papers & Specialty Packaging Shipments Increased Four Percent in April 2021
Read our April Pulp and Paper Roundup here.