Less printing costs trees
/20/03/2015/Corporate News, Production/Technology
Since the worldwide paper production is decreasing the recyclable paper is becoming scarce. Demand exceeds supply. This means that paper manufacturers need to cut trees to produce paper. According to a press release by PPI the amount of recycled printed paper in Finland has decreased by 10% every year since 2008. According to Kyösti Pöyry, CEO of paper manufacturer Paperinkeräys Oy the inferior quality is also a problem. Read the whole story about this remarkable trend on PPI magazine via this link.
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