UPM Raflatac and Orthex have joined forces to offer household products and their labeling made of recycled plastic saved from ending up as marine litter. The products include buckets, wash bowls and water scoops. To achieve this, both companies are part of value chains that collect the plastic waste and transform it back into raw materials.

Metsä Board, part of Metsä Group, has published new detailed roadmaps to help visualise the measures it will take to achieve the ambitious 2030 targets regarding climate change and water use. Roadmaps will be updated at least once a year, both in terms of the actual performance and future investments. Future investments, which are at the planning stage, are also included in the roadmaps.

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By Dr Richard Unsworth, Project Seagrass and Swansea University

The seas around Wales have so much potential. They offer rich biodiversity hidden within productive lush habitats such as kelp forests, salt marshes and seagrass meadows. Life in these waters can be so ingenious that it bioengineers its own environment.

• Dow, W&H and B&B unveil next generation of recyclable packaging at K 2022 fair.
• New wide-format MDO-PE pouch with final web width of 2x1260 mm designed for recyclability without compromising on quality, efficiency nor performance.
• Printed at 400 meters per minute. Final validation on commercial packaging line with 80 bags per minute.

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