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Arctic Paper Supports Two Sides inititaive

Monday, February 09, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Arctic Paper has pledged its support to the National Association of Paper Merchants (NAPM) Two Sides initiative.

Two Sides is the initiative launched in October 2008 to address the common misconceptions surrounding paper and the environment.

As a leading producer in the graphic fine papers market, Arctic Paper has a high environmental profile, and is committed to sustainable development.

“We are delighted to lend our support to this initiative, which reflects our business philosophy for sustainable development and the protection of our environment,” said Arctic Paper UK Managing Director Garry Colyer.

Martyn Eustace, Two Sides Director added, “Its great news to know that Arctic Paper is behind Two Sides. We’ve achieved a widespread level of support from right across the industry including other supply sectors such as Inks, Chemicals, Machinery, Pre Press and Printing. Two Sides will soon be seen to getting the message across that the Industry has a first class environment record”.

Arctic Paper’s Munkedals mill is now one of the most environmentally friendly paper mills in the world. It has an on site Environmental Centre which is unique in its field, and utilises the water that comes of the mill which is so clean visitors can drink it.

Arctic has been working since 2003 to FSC certify its coated and uncoated products, and so far all its standard qualities of Amber, Arctic, Munken, and Pamo are available as FSC certified.
For more information on Arctic Paper UK and its products, please contact the Arctic Paper UK sales office, Tel : 01883 331800, email : info-uk@arcticpaper.com, or visit the website at www.arcticpaper.com/uk




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