With the collapse of the president's American Manufacturing Council, manufacturers have collectively made a statement that the value of their brands is far more important that proximity to policymaking at the highest levels.
Some 52 percent of Sustainable Green Printing Partnership certified facilities report reduced energy consumption, lowering operating costs and waste.
NG Advantage will truck compressed natural gas (CNG) to International Paper’s Ticonderoga, New York, mill. NG Advantage will use its “virtual pipeline,” which consists of compressor stations located on natural gas pipelines, a fleet of specially designed carbon fiber CNG trailers, and off-loading and monitoring equipment, which NG Advantage is ... Read more »
BASF, International Paper, Mondi, Smurfit Kappa and Stora Enso are key vendors in the global biodegradable packaging materials market, according to a Research and Markets report. Global Biodegradable Packaging Materials Market 2014-2018 forecasts the market to grow at a CAGR of 10.53 percent over the four-year period. One of the ... Read more »
International Paper, the world’s largest paper company, has announced a long-term agreement with Balcones Resources that IP says will allow it to increase the amount of used cardboard boxes recovered from its waste stream by 15 percent, compared to a 2010 baseline, by 2020. Under the agreement, recovered material will be used in ... Read more »
International Paper has joined the Global Forest and Trade Network in North America, one of World Wildlife Fund’s initiatives focused on eliminating illegal logging and promoting environmentally and socially responsible forest management. International Paper, which is the world’s largest paper and packaging company, says it hopes that it can use its purchasing power to ... Read more »
International Paper has committed to cut its energy intensity by at least 25 percent over 10 years, across its US facilities, as a partner of the Department of Energy’s Better Plants program. Read more at Energy Manager Today.