Paper. It's more sustainable than you think!

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What a great, sustainable idea

There aren’t many industries around that can aspire to become genuinely sustainable. The paper industry, however, is one of them.

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MORE THAN SHOPPING BAGS AND STRAWS

Discover the page turning facts about paper. Some may surprise you!

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Paper Loves Trees

European forests, which provide wood for making paper, have been growing by over 1,500 football pitches every day!

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Paper Revolution

74% of paper and 83% of paper packaging is recycled into new products; one of the highest recycling rates of any material in Europe.

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Paper Power

62% of the energy used to produce paper and paper packaging in Europe comes from renewable sources.

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The Plantable Papers Of Japan

What do you do with your newspaper once you’ve finished reading it? A Japanese publisher of 'The Mainichi Shimbusha' newspaper, has devised a ‘green’ newspaper initiative meaning that people can plant the paper wherever it ends up. Why Was It Invented? If you have been to a city centre in the last few months you have...

How A Car Was Made Entirely From Paper

When London-based Scottish paper artist Kyla McCallum was commissioned by automotive manufacturer Lexus to create a model car made of paper, she turned to Antalis for advice on suitable materials. The scaled car, complete with a paper city through which it cruises, features in a promotional video created by Lexus in tribute to Takumi craftsmanship....

What Is A Diorama And How To Make A Shoebox Scene

A diorama is a crafted 3D scene, typically made to a life-size scale (as seen in museums and tourist hotspots) or as a miniature model. The miniature model versions are often built by hobbyists with aligning interests in cars, planes, ships, military events and history, model figures and games. Although model dioramas often depict real-world...


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