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Recycling

FEPE is a member of the European Paper Recycling Council (EPRC) and a signatory of the European Declaration on Paper Recycling.

FEPE and its members are continuously involved in improving the recyclability of paper. Today, almost 70% of the paper across Europe is collected and recycled. In fact it’s one of the most recycled materials of all.

Together with the other members of the European Paper Recycling Council, a Recycling Monitoring Report is published on an annual basis. The latest Recycling Monitoring Report is available at the FEPE Secretariat.

Further information on paper recycling can be found on the EPRC website.

 
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