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Paper and paper recycling associations.

100% Recycled Paperboard Alliance

1331 F St., Washington, DC 20004. Ph: (877) 772-6200. Fax: (315) 635-1215. Web site: Lynn Harrelson.

Aims to increase the use and labeling of 100 percent recycled paperboard packaging.

American Forest and Paper Association

1111 19th St. NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036. Ph: (800) 878-8878, (202) 463-2700. Fax: (202) 463-2785. Web site: Robin Baker.

The national trade association of the forest, paper and wood products industry.

British Recovered Paper Association, The

Papermakers House, Rivehall Rd.. Westlea, Swindon. Wiltshire SNS SNS sympathetic nervous system.  7BD. England. Ph: 01793 889624. Fax: 01793 886182. Web site:

Promotes, protects and enhances the interests of the recovered paper collection and processing industry in the U.K.

Bureau of International Recycling

Avenue Franklin Roosevelt. 1050 Brussels, Belgium. Ph: 32 2 677 57 70. Fax: 32 2 677 57 73. Web site: E-mail: Francis Veys, Director General.

The international federation of trades and industrialists involved in recovering and recycling materials.

Canadian Association of Recycling Industries

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 4S2. Ph: (905) 426-9313. Fax: (905) 426-9314. Web site: cari-acirorg. E-mail: Donna Turner, Manager.

Promotes the optimal net economic and social impact from commercial recycling.

Canadian Pulp and Paper Association The work of the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association is carried out through the volunteer efforts of the CEOs and executives of the member companies. These individuals work together through committees and task forces.  

Sunlife Bldg. 1155, Rue Metcalf, 19th Floor, Montreal, Quebec, H3B 4T6. Ph: (514) 866-6621. Fax: (514) 866-3035. David Church.

A national association of pulp and paper producers.


Rua Pedrosa Alvarenga 1254/52, 04531-004 Sao Paulo, Sp, Brazil. Ph: 0 11 3889 7806. Fax: 0 11 3889 8721. Web site: E-mail:

The Brazilian recycling association.

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The Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI aisbl) represents the European pulp and paper associations towards the European institutions and has its seat in Brussels, Belgium.

250 Avenue Louise Louizalaan (Dutch) or Avenue Louise (French) is one of the most important thoroughfares of Brussels. It runs SE from Louise Square to the Bois de la Cambre or Ter Kamerenbos, covering a distance of 2,7 kilometers (1,65 miles). , Box 80, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium. Ph: 32 2 627 4911. Fax: 32 2 646 8137. Web site: E-mail:

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European Recovered Paper Association

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 BIR. Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 24, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium. Ph: 32 2 627 57 70. Fax: 32 2 627 57 73. Web site: E-mail:

Promotes the use and trade of recovered paper for further production of recycled paper and cardboard.

Fibre Box Association

2850 Golf Rd., Suite 412, Rolling Meadow, IL 60008. Ph: (847) 364-9600. Fax: (847) 364-9639. Web site:

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International Molded Pulp Molded pulp ,also named Moulded pulp or Molded Fibre,is a packaging material, typically made from 100% recycled old corrugated board, newspaper. It is used for protective packaging or for food service trays and beverage carriers.  Environmental Packaging Association

1425 W Mequon Rd., Suite C, Mequon, WI 53092. Ph: (262) 241-0522. Fax: (262) 241-3766. Web site: E-mail: Joseph Gryngy.

Acts as an information center for the molded pulp industry with worldwide membership.

Instituto Nacional de Recicladores AC

Apartado Postal 21 Sucursal C, Lomas del Porvenir, 22110 Tijuana Baja California Baja California, state, Mexico
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Promotes recycling by keeping its 1,300 members up-to-date on new technologies, equipment and regulations and to develop new markets and business opportunities in the industry.

Mid-America Council of Recycling Officials

I N Capital, Suite 700, Indianapolis, IN 47204. Ph: (317) 232-8944. Fax: (317) 232-8995. Web site: epa. gov/epaoswer/non-hw/recycle/jtr/state/macro.htm. E-mail: Sarah Carney car·ney  
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, Chair. Develops regional programs and policies in recycling.

Mid-Continent Recycling Association

PO Box 5520. Bismarck, ND 58506. Ph: (701) 328-5150. Fax: (701/328-5200. Web site: epa.govlepaoswerlnon-hw/recycle/jtr/state/mcra.htm. E-mail: Martin Schock.

Fosters regional cooperation and coordination in development of recycling, including markets, formulation of policies.

National Association of Paperstock Women

PO Box 2801, Redmond, WA 98073. Ph: (866) GET-NAPW. Web site: E-mail: Antoinette Jucha, President.

The organization's objectives are to enhance the awareness, visibility and effectiveness of women in the paper industry.

National Office Paper Recycling Paper recycling is the process of recovering waste paper and remaking it into new paper products. There are three categories of paper that can be used as feedstocks for making recycled paper: mill broke, pre-consumer waste, and post-consumer waste.  Project

1620 Eye St. NW, Washington, DC 20006. Ph: (202) 293-7330. Fax: (202) 293-2353. Web site: uscm_projects_services/environment/national_paper_recycling_project.html. David Gatton, Karen Nozik.

The project's goal is to maximize the recycling of office paper and minimize its disposal.

National Recycling Coalition

1325 G St. NW, Suite 1025, Washington, DC 20005. Ph: (202) 347-0450. Fax: (202) 347-0449. Web site: E-mail: Kate Krebs, Executive Director.

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Northeast Recycling Council

139 Main St., Suite 401, Brattleboro, VT 05301. Ph: (802) 254-3636. Fax: (802) 254-5870. Web site: E-mail: Lynn Kubinstein, Director.

An association of Northeastern state officials that assists in expanding and ensuring the viability of recycling.

Northeast Resource Recovery Association

9 Bailey Rd., Chicflester, NH 03258. Ph: (603) 798-5777. Fax: (603) 798-5744. Web site: E-mail: Elizabeth Bedard, Executive Director.

A coalition promoting sound waste management and recycling practices.

Paper & Paperboard Packaging Environmental Council

701 Evans Ave,, Suite 400, Etobicoke Ontario, M9C IA3. Ph: (416) 626-0350. Fax: (416) 626-7054. Web site: E-mail: John Mullinder, Executive Director.

Facilitates the paper and paperboard packaging industry's efforts to minimize its environmental impact.

Paper Recycling Association, Pulp and Paper Products Council

1200 McGill College Ave., Suite 800, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3B 4G7. Ph: (514) 861-8828. Fax: (514) 866-4863. Web site: E-mail:

Represents Canadian paper mills that consume recovered paper and board in the manufacture of new products.

Paper Stock Industries--A Chapter of ISRI ISRI Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries
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1325 G Street NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20009. Ph: (202) 662-8538. Fax: (202) 626-0900. Web site: E-mail: Amy Carey, Paper Staff Liason.

Unites domestic and international traders, paper mills and suppliers and determines industry-wide paper standards.

Paperboard Packaging Council

201 N Union St., Suite 220, Alexandria, VA 22314. Ph: (703) 836-3300. Fax: (703) 836-3290. Web site: ppcnet. org. E-marl: Jerome Van de Water, President.

Represents U.S. manufacturers of paperboard packaging.

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PO Box 7219, Silver Springs, MD 20907. Ph: (8001) GOSWANA. Fax: (301) 5894068. Web site: E-mail: John Skinner, Executive Director.

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Southeast Recycling Development Council Inc. (SERDC)

57 Newport St., Cantonment, FL 32533. Web site: E-mail: Jerry Hawk, Chair.

Purpose is to increase collection and recovery of quality recyclable materials and create a greater awareness of the industry's impact in the Southeast.

Technical Association of the Pulp & Paper Industry

PO Box 105113, Atlanta, GA 30348. Ph: (770) 446.1400. Fax: (770) 446-6947. Web site: E-mail: Wayne Gross
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    A technical association for the pulp, paper and converting industry.
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