The Netherlands is exemplary as a country for collecting used paper. 77% of all paper and cardboard in the Netherlands is collected. Our used paper is the go-to ingredient for new paper. Because it is 100% recyclable. Nothing is wasted.
The "footprint" is what we leave behind when we exchange impermanence for the everlasting. What will our children and grandchildren inherit? Your ecological footprint converts the consumption of energy and raw materials into a better environment. What you are actually saying is: I have consumed this and I am giving that in return. That’s a fair trade, right? One method is to utilise used paper. Recycling enables us to make better and more efficient use of raw materials. Together we should strive to reduce CO2 emissions. We are happy to help you reduce your ecological footprint.
Sustainability and CSR
Sustainable action is important, hence CSR, Corporate Social Responsibility. Because the world population is booming whilst our world is not. So we need to be careful with our planet. Paper and cardboard can make a difference seeing as recycling paper and cardboard is so very eco-friendly and seeing as recycling can contribute to the biobased economy, i.e., it is beneficial to bioenergy. Because the world population is expected to exceed 9 billion by 2050.
Sustainable supply chain
Together they form a chain: paper and cardboard. From fibre to paper, from used paper to waste container, from pulp to new paper. And from toilet paper and tissue to Playboy and pizza boxes.
Recycling is CSR
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) means that an entrepreneur takes responsibility for the impact the human race has on everything. But not just that. Environmental and business management also play a part. The 3 Ps must be in balance: People, Planet and Profit. The difference between sustainable entrepreneurship and CSR is that the former mainly has an environmental background while CSR centres more on the social aspect.
Not single use, but multiple use of materials is fundamental to biobased economy because fossil fuels are running out, but the demand for energy is increasing worldwide. So we have to stop and think. How can we do things differently? The paper and cardboard industry is a step in the right direction.
Your used paper is a raw material. This makes both you and us an important link in the recycling process. We both make valuable contributions to the environment. The paper industry can reuse collected and sorted paper as a raw material for new paper.
More room for nature
This practice reduces the number of trees that need to be felled, thus making more room for nature. Furthermore, we opt for fuel-efficient engines and simple processes when purchasing new machinery and equipment.
We make it as easy as possible for you
These are ways through which we can contribute significantly to nature conservation! You can help in this respect by offering us your paper. We make that as easy as possible for you.