The carbon footprint of paper cement sacks is 2.5 times smaller than the carbon footprint of form-fill-seal (FFS) polyethylene cement sacks. This is the outcome of a comparative, transparent study by the Swedish research institute RISE on behalf of the European Paper Sack Research Group (ESG), a collaboration between CEPI Eurokraft and EUROSAC. It also […]
The following videos are part of a four-part series about the tensile strength of industrial paper bags by German Association GemPSI. Tear resistance of industrial paper sacks Why are paper sacks so strong? How do they become resistant? This video explains the tear resistance which depends on the length and quality of the fibres used and the […]
Created in 1952, EUROSAC is a European Federation headquartered in Paris, rallying the European multiwall paper sack industry. The organisation works closely with CEPI Eurokraft in the ESPACE Programme, and together they provide valuable guidelines and studies, including LCI and Carbon Footprint, Food Contact, and Dust-Free Paper Sacks. Every year, the key players of the […]
For more than 15 years the kraft paper and paper sack industry has run studies to measure its environmental impact, providing the basis for continuous improvement. The latest Carbon Footprint / LCI Study has shown improvements in 4 main categories: Reduction in purchased electricity Reduction in greenhouse gas emissions Optimisation of material use Reduction in […]
Paper sacks are an efficient, effective and sustainable packaging solution for powdered and loose materials. These characteristics can be further enhanced by the application of best practices when storing, filling and handling sacks. These handling recommendations is intended to help fillers identify aspects of their operations where they may be able to improve practices and […]
Catherine Kerninon, EUROSAC, and Elin Floresjö, CEPI Eurokraft, provide an overview on the latest developments in the paper sack and sack kraft paper industry and present the results of recent market research conducted by the Swedish Research & Development Institute Innventia. Download as pdf.
The packaging of cement needs to meet several conditions. Not only are cement bags required to stand up against the everyday rigours of handling, they also need to protect the contents from deteriorating factors such as moisture ingress and leave as small an environmental footprint as possible when no longer required.
Between 2007 and 2012, the European kraft paper and paper sack industry made continued and significant improvements to its carbon footprint. The results presented in the Infograph are based on a study conducted by the Swedish research institute Innventia on behalf of EUROSAC/CEPI Eurokraft. Carbon footprint European paper sack – Infograph
A Market survey highlights advantages of paper sacks for cement fillers! A market research survey was commissioned by The European Paper Sack Research Group, ESG, in order to understand the key influencing and motivating factors behind cement filler preferences that may lead them to switch from paper sack solutions to plastic (ffs) sacks. ESG is […]