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Homes Under the Hammer

September 17, 2021

Moving house means carefully curated sustainable habits like recycling, go out the window for more than one in three Brits (37%), according to new research by cardboard campaign group Beyond the Box.Read More

CPI’s third Economic Value Report highlights opportunities for the UK Paper-based Industries

September 2, 2021

The Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) has published its third ‘Economic Value Report’ (EVR3). This detailed report paints a picture of the status of the UK’s Paper-based Industries and sets out the challenges and opportunities which lie ahead.Read More

The Confederation of Paper Industries is recruiting for a Director of Recycling

July 14, 2021

This is an exciting opportunity with CPI to develop policy and services in recycling for the UK's Paper-based Industries.Read More

EIUG responds to first auction of UK ETS Allowances

May 19, 2021

Today, the UK held its first auction of Allowances under the UK Emissions Trading Scheme. The clearing price was £43.99. This represents a more than threefold increase in the carbon price in the last 12 months.Read More

The Confederation of Paper Industries Publishes its Annual Review 2020/21

May 10, 2021

The Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) is pleased to announce the publication of its Annual Review 2020/21 – Proven Resilience.Read More

Statement on the Current Position of the Corrugated Cardboard Industry

February 3, 2021

CPI has issued a statement on the current position of the Corrugated Cardboard IndustryRead More

Two Sides global Anti-Greenwash Campaign: 710 Companies Removed Misleading Anti-paper Statements

February 2, 2021

We are pleased to announce that Two Sides has now influenced more than 700 companies to removeRead More

EIUG is looking for a Director

January 27, 2021

The Energy Intensive Users' Group is looking for a full-time DirectorRead More

Letter from George Eustice to the Food and Drink Supply Chain

January 15, 2021

Defra Secretary of State, Rt Hon George Eustice, writes to food and drink supply chainRead More

New BEIS Secretary of State Writes to the UK’s Manufacturing Sector

January 12, 2021

firms and tradespeople in manufacturing, including supply chains, should continue to operateRead More

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