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Valmet’s climate program targets approved by SBTi

The approval means that Valmet’s climate targets support the Paris Climate Agreement’s goal to limit global warming to 1.5°C and are based on the latest climate science.
In its climate program Valmet is targeting to reduce CO2 emissions from its own operations by 80 percent and 20 percent in its supply chain by 2030. Valmet also targets to enable carbon neutral production for all its pulp and paper industry customers by 2030 by developing new technologies. Valmet is also improving the energy efficiency of its current technology offering by 20 percent. The baseline year for the CO2 reduction targets is 2019.

“Valmet believes that technology plays a key role in mitigating climate change and global warming and the transition to a carbon neutral economy. We are happy that the Science Based Targets initiative has approved our climate program targets as contributing to the limiting of global warming to the targeted 1.5oC level. With concrete actions we will significantly reduce our own and customers’ carbon footprint and support our suppliers to do the same. Valmet is strongly committed to be the preferred partner for our customers on their journey to carbon neutrality,” says Pasi Laine, President and CEO, Valmet.

Valmet’s climate program targets approved by SBTi

The approval means that Valmet’s climate targets support the Paris Climate Agreement’s goal to limit global warming to 1.5°C and are based on the latest climate science.
In its climate program Valmet is targeting to reduce CO2 emissions from its own operations by 80 percent and 20 percent in its supply chain by 2030. Valmet also targets to enable carbon neutral production for all its pulp and paper industry customers by 2030 by developing new technologies. Valmet is also improving the energy efficiency of its current technology offering by 20 percent. The baseline year for the CO2 reduction targets is 2019.

“Valmet believes that technology plays a key role in mitigating climate change and global warming and the transition to a carbon neutral economy. We are happy that the Science Based Targets initiative has approved our climate program targets as contributing to the limiting of global warming to the targeted 1.5oC level. With concrete actions we will significantly reduce our own and customers’ carbon footprint and support our suppliers to do the same. Valmet is strongly committed to be the preferred partner for our customers on their journey to carbon neutrality,” says Pasi Laine, President and CEO, Valmet.

Valmet’s climate program targets approved by SBTi

The approval means that Valmet’s climate targets support the Paris Climate Agreement’s goal to limit global warming to 1.5°C and are based on the latest climate science.
In its climate program Valmet is targeting to reduce CO2 emissions from its own operations by 80 percent and 20 percent in its supply chain by 2030. Valmet also targets to enable carbon neutral production for all its pulp and paper industry customers by 2030 by developing new technologies. Valmet is also improving the energy efficiency of its current technology offering by 20 percent. The baseline year for the CO2 reduction targets is 2019.

“Valmet believes that technology plays a key role in mitigating climate change and global warming and the transition to a carbon neutral economy. We are happy that the Science Based Targets initiative has approved our climate program targets as contributing to the limiting of global warming to the targeted 1.5oC level. With concrete actions we will significantly reduce our own and customers’ carbon footprint and support our suppliers to do the same. Valmet is strongly committed to be the preferred partner for our customers on their journey to carbon neutrality,” says Pasi Laine, President and CEO, Valmet.

BIR report highlights increase in proportion of paper and board made from recovered fibre

This is one of many key findings in “Paper and board recycling in 2019: Overview of world statistics”, the second edition of the BIR Paper Division’s revamped analysis of global statistics relating to the recovered fibre industry. The report explores not only production and utilization of recovered fibre but also major international trade flows, as well as key pulp and paper/board market information.

Based on data compiled with the assistance of the European Recycling Industries’ Confederation (EuRIC), RISI and CEPI, experts within the BIR Paper Division also make a number of reasoned calculations to quantify the fundamental role of recycled fibre as an environmentally beneficial component of global paper and board production.

“2019 brought an increase in the proportion of the world’s paper and board that was made from recovered fibre – from 50.27% in 2018 to 51.15% the following year,” points out Jean-Luc Petithuguenin, President of BIR’s Paper Division and CEO of France-based Paprec, in his introduction to the new publication.

Asia produced almost half of all the paper and board using recovered fibres, not least because of its leading role as a cardboard producer, while Europe achieved a recovered fibre incorporation rate average of almost 55%.

Despite its increasingly stringent import restrictions, China remained the world’s leading recovered fibre importer in 2019. Of particular note, Europe shipped more recovered fibre to India in 2019 than it did to China – a development that “none of us would have anticipated only a handful of years ago”, according to Mr Petithuguenin.

The 2019 data also underline significant emerging outlets for recovered fibre, notably Vietnam, as well as the continued strong market presence of other, more established buyers in Asia such as India and Indonesia, Mr Petithuguenin adds.

BIR report highlights increase in proportion of paper and board made from recovered fibre

This is one of many key findings in “Paper and board recycling in 2019: Overview of world statistics”, the second edition of the BIR Paper Division’s revamped analysis of global statistics relating to the recovered fibre industry. The report explores not only production and utilization of recovered fibre but also major international trade flows, as well as key pulp and paper/board market information.

Based on data compiled with the assistance of the European Recycling Industries’ Confederation (EuRIC), RISI and CEPI, experts within the BIR Paper Division also make a number of reasoned calculations to quantify the fundamental role of recycled fibre as an environmentally beneficial component of global paper and board production.

“2019 brought an increase in the proportion of the world’s paper and board that was made from recovered fibre – from 50.27% in 2018 to 51.15% the following year,” points out Jean-Luc Petithuguenin, President of BIR’s Paper Division and CEO of France-based Paprec, in his introduction to the new publication.

Asia produced almost half of all the paper and board using recovered fibres, not least because of its leading role as a cardboard producer, while Europe achieved a recovered fibre incorporation rate average of almost 55%.

Despite its increasingly stringent import restrictions, China remained the world’s leading recovered fibre importer in 2019. Of particular note, Europe shipped more recovered fibre to India in 2019 than it did to China – a development that “none of us would have anticipated only a handful of years ago”, according to Mr Petithuguenin.

The 2019 data also underline significant emerging outlets for recovered fibre, notably Vietnam, as well as the continued strong market presence of other, more established buyers in Asia such as India and Indonesia, Mr Petithuguenin adds.

BIR report highlights increase in proportion of paper and board made from recovered fibre

This is one of many key findings in “Paper and board recycling in 2019: Overview of world statistics”, the second edition of the BIR Paper Division’s revamped analysis of global statistics relating to the recovered fibre industry. The report explores not only production and utilization of recovered fibre but also major international trade flows, as well as key pulp and paper/board market information.

Based on data compiled with the assistance of the European Recycling Industries’ Confederation (EuRIC), RISI and CEPI, experts within the BIR Paper Division also make a number of reasoned calculations to quantify the fundamental role of recycled fibre as an environmentally beneficial component of global paper and board production.

“2019 brought an increase in the proportion of the world’s paper and board that was made from recovered fibre – from 50.27% in 2018 to 51.15% the following year,” points out Jean-Luc Petithuguenin, President of BIR’s Paper Division and CEO of France-based Paprec, in his introduction to the new publication.

Asia produced almost half of all the paper and board using recovered fibres, not least because of its leading role as a cardboard producer, while Europe achieved a recovered fibre incorporation rate average of almost 55%.

Despite its increasingly stringent import restrictions, China remained the world’s leading recovered fibre importer in 2019. Of particular note, Europe shipped more recovered fibre to India in 2019 than it did to China – a development that “none of us would have anticipated only a handful of years ago”, according to Mr Petithuguenin.

The 2019 data also underline significant emerging outlets for recovered fibre, notably Vietnam, as well as the continued strong market presence of other, more established buyers in Asia such as India and Indonesia, Mr Petithuguenin adds.

BIR report highlights increase in proportion of paper and board made from recovered fibre

This is one of many key findings in “Paper and board recycling in 2019: Overview of world statistics”, the second edition of the BIR Paper Division’s revamped analysis of global statistics relating to the recovered fibre industry. The report explores not only production and utilization of recovered fibre but also major international trade flows, as well as key pulp and paper/board market information.

Based on data compiled with the assistance of the European Recycling Industries’ Confederation (EuRIC), RISI and CEPI, experts within the BIR Paper Division also make a number of reasoned calculations to quantify the fundamental role of recycled fibre as an environmentally beneficial component of global paper and board production.

“2019 brought an increase in the proportion of the world’s paper and board that was made from recovered fibre – from 50.27% in 2018 to 51.15% the following year,” points out Jean-Luc Petithuguenin, President of BIR’s Paper Division and CEO of France-based Paprec, in his introduction to the new publication.

Asia produced almost half of all the paper and board using recovered fibres, not least because of its leading role as a cardboard producer, while Europe achieved a recovered fibre incorporation rate average of almost 55%.

Despite its increasingly stringent import restrictions, China remained the world’s leading recovered fibre importer in 2019. Of particular note, Europe shipped more recovered fibre to India in 2019 than it did to China – a development that “none of us would have anticipated only a handful of years ago”, according to Mr Petithuguenin.

The 2019 data also underline significant emerging outlets for recovered fibre, notably Vietnam, as well as the continued strong market presence of other, more established buyers in Asia such as India and Indonesia, Mr Petithuguenin adds.

Andritz starts up reject handling line in Laos

Andritz’s scope of supply includes a compete reject handling line that processes rejects from the mill’s two OCC lines and the pulp drying line on site and has a design capacity of 400 t/d.

The innovative reject line delivered and started up by Andritz comprises the following key equipment:

  • Reject Compactor ReCo for dewatering the light rejects from coarse and drum screening to highest dryness
  • ADuro P shredder equipped with a unique knife system and a robust rotor to ensure that the material is cut to the required particle sizes in only one step
  • ADuro C shredder with special coupled shafts to facilitate knife exchange during maintenance and thus reduce downtime

In addition, Andritz installed approach flow systems and broke handling as well as several stock preparation components as part of two OCC lines. The stock preparation systems feed two paper production lines that feature a maximum capacity of 1,434 t/d each and produce high-quality test liner and corrugated paper as their final product.

Andritz starts up reject handling line in Laos

Andritz’s scope of supply includes a compete reject handling line that processes rejects from the mill’s two OCC lines and the pulp drying line on site and has a design capacity of 400 t/d.

The innovative reject line delivered and started up by Andritz comprises the following key equipment:

  • Reject Compactor ReCo for dewatering the light rejects from coarse and drum screening to highest dryness
  • ADuro P shredder equipped with a unique knife system and a robust rotor to ensure that the material is cut to the required particle sizes in only one step
  • ADuro C shredder with special coupled shafts to facilitate knife exchange during maintenance and thus reduce downtime

In addition, Andritz installed approach flow systems and broke handling as well as several stock preparation components as part of two OCC lines. The stock preparation systems feed two paper production lines that feature a maximum capacity of 1,434 t/d each and produce high-quality test liner and corrugated paper as their final product.

Andritz starts up reject handling line in Laos

Andritz’s scope of supply includes a compete reject handling line that processes rejects from the mill’s two OCC lines and the pulp drying line on site and has a design capacity of 400 t/d.

The innovative reject line delivered and started up by Andritz comprises the following key equipment:

  • Reject Compactor ReCo for dewatering the light rejects from coarse and drum screening to highest dryness
  • ADuro P shredder equipped with a unique knife system and a robust rotor to ensure that the material is cut to the required particle sizes in only one step
  • ADuro C shredder with special coupled shafts to facilitate knife exchange during maintenance and thus reduce downtime

In addition, Andritz installed approach flow systems and broke handling as well as several stock preparation components as part of two OCC lines. The stock preparation systems feed two paper production lines that feature a maximum capacity of 1,434 t/d each and produce high-quality test liner and corrugated paper as their final product.