Welcome to CEPI - CONFEDERATION OF EUROPEAN PAPER INDUSTRIES

Stay part of the CEPI community!

On May 25th 2018 the new EU data privacy legislation (GDPR) comes into force. CEPI will require your explicit opt-in if you wish to continue receiving updates from us such as event invitations, press releases, our newsletter (CEPI Members and Partners only) etc. To make you sure don’t miss out on updates from one of Europe’s most innovative industries or to subscribe for the first time please click below.

CEPI (Confederation of European Paper Industries) hereby announces the appointment of Sylvain Lhôte as its new Director General. As of 5 September 2016, Sylvain Lhôte will take over from the current Acting Director General, Jori Ringman.

This article appeared in the Parliament Magazine issue no 435, 30 May 2016

Europe‘s metals, steel, paper, and plastics recyclers industries are united in calling for a harmonised method to measure recycling rates at input into the 'final recycling process', so as to promote material recovery and thus quality recycling. We support the European Commission and European Parliament proposals on this subject.

Post 2020 ETS reform /// 13 June 2016

Statement in view of the Environment Council on 20 June 2016

In spite of the difficult economic context and an increased competition in the global markets, the European pulp, paper and board industry remains a world leader and a net exporter as well as the provider of 1.5 million direct and indirect jobs in Europe.

Key Statistics 2015 /// 30 June 2016

Welcome to the latest issue of CEPI’s Key Statistics, giving a clear picture of the European pulp and paper industry’s performance in 2015.

 

Ernst & Young issued a limited assurance statement on the data quality rating that CEPI carried out on its core indicators in the statistics report.

The European Standard EN 643, European list of standard grades of paper and board for recycling, is the basic document to be used by industry professionals in the buying and selling of paper for recycling. Interested parties should order the EN 643 from their respective national standardisation body . The standard was revised in 2013.

No front page content has been created yet.