Five Signs Those Anti-Paper Studies May Be Bogus … And How to Spot Them

Two Sides Submitted: Kathi Rowzie May 6, 2021 You’ve seen them in popular periodicals, industry newsletters and in your email: some self-interested group announces the completion of a “scientific comparison” that “proves” the superiority of an alternative material or “environmentally friendly” substitute for paper or paper-based packaging. The study appears Read more…

Paper Recovery and Recycling: The Facts

twosidesna.org The benefits of paper recycling include extending the supply of wood fiber, saving landfill space, avoiding greenhouse gas emissions of methane released when paper decomposes in landfills [methane has a global warming potential 25 times greater than carbon dioxide], and reducing the amount of energy needed to produce some Read more…

THE PAPER REVOLUTION

lovepaperna.org Paper recycling extends the life of renewable wood fiber, keeps waste out of landfills and avoids greenhouse gas emissions that result when paper products are landfilled. The U.S. paper industry continues to drive toward a recycling rate that exceeds 70%. [2] From a practical perspective, the theoretical maximum recycling Read more…

Mohawk Renewal: Sustainability With A Story

https://www.mohawkconnects.com/mohawk-renewal Mohawk Renewal papers redefine sustainable papermaking by using rapidly renewable hemp and straw fibers plus recycled cotton reclaimed from t-shirt and denim. Mohawk Renewal is also manufactured with 100% renewable energy sources. Today, Mohawk Renewal represents a fresh expression of what responsible papermaking can look like. HEMP Hemp, unlike Read more…