THE gates of the old East Lancashire Paper Mill have been installed on Festival Gardens in Radcliffe.
On 26 March 2018, The Prince of Wales learned how master papermaker James Cropper turns paper fibre including single-use coffee cups into plastic-free packaging.
Wet wipes, used for sticky fingers and removing eye make-up, as well as on other parts of the anatomy, could themselves be wiped out over the next couple of decades.
One of DS Smith’s corporate goals is to lead the way in sustainability. The company has already hit its 2020 targets to reduce its CO2e per tonne and its water effluent per tonne of production, and is pleased to now announce the results of a collaboration between DS Smith’s Plastics and Paper Divisions, which transforms plastic rejects from the papermaking process into a new raw material for plastic production.
Valmet and Fortum are developing a technology to produce advanced, high-value lignocellulosic fuels, such as transportation fuels or higher value bio-liquids. The technology is seen as one of the most competitive and efficient ways of producing advanced lignocellulosic biofuels to meet European targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
There is a bright future for printed books, a recent survey finds. According to the results, printed books will continue to be important, relevant, interesting and still very much appreciated compared to e-books and audiobooks.