CEPI Eurokraft is the European Association for Producers of Sack Kraft Paper for the Paper Sack Industry and Kraft Paper for the Packaging Industry. It has nine member companies representing a volume of around 3,0 Million tons of virgin paper produced in ten countries.
Made from wood, paper bags and paper sacks are based on a natural and renewable resource, sourced from sustainable managed forests. Forests act as a carbon sink, mitigating carbon dioxide emissions. Well-managed forests provide a natural habitat for wildlife and further biodiversity. Paper is recyclable and compostable thus contributing to a circular economy.
Significant improvement of environmental footprint of paper sacks Paris/Stockholm, 24 February 2021. The European kraft paper and paper sack industry has put further efforts into improving its carbon footprint. In only three years, between 2015 and 2018, the carbon...
White paper Enhancing a brand’s value with paper bags Stockholm/Paris, 9 December 2020. Sustainability is one of the most pressing concerns for consumers today. Their attitude towards the environment is increasingly reflected in their purchasing decisions. What do...
Stockholm/Paris, 01 October 2020. With various activities throughout Europe, the European Paper Bag Day will take place for the third time on 18 October. The annual action day raises awareness of paper carrier bags as a sustainable and efficient packaging option...
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Eurosac CEPIEurokraft - CO2 Footprint infographic