In a recent survey of U.S. consumers, more than half said they prefer packages ordered online to be delivered in paper-based packaging rather than plastic.
A recent survey showed that U.S. consumers believe only 23% of paper and paper-based packaging is recycled. The fact: 66% is recycled!
In a recent survey, half of U.S. consumers ranked paper-based packaging as better for the environment than other types of packaging.
The U.S. recycling rate is 66% of paper and paper-based packaging is recycled. It’s 89% for cardboard boxes!
The U.S. Pulp & Paper Industry is responsible for 0.5% of total industrial CO2E emissions.
Net forest area in the United States grew by about 18 million acres between 1990 and 2020.
Paper-based products produced in a sustainable manner can be a wise choice because they come from renewable resources.
Paper-based packaging is made from a renewable resource – sustainably managed forests, is recyclable and is manufactured using mostly renewable energy.
More than 65% of the energy demand from U.S. paper and paper-based packaging mills is met using renewable carbon-neutral energy.
Paper can be recycled up to 7 times before the fibers become too weak and short to bond into new paper.