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Lecta Group Releases 2013 Water Calendar

Tuesday, December 04, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Spectacular photographs of water in motion inspire the Lecta Group's new calendar

Continuing the series based on the elements of nature, begun in 2012 with the element earth, this year Lecta offers an artistic and evocative vision of water in motion.

Today more than ever, there is heightened awareness of the fragility of nature and our responsibility to carefully preserve it. The key is the balance between the four elements that make up our universe: earth, water, air and fire.

The "2013 Water" calendar shows the vibrancy of water through the original images of photographers from the Biwa Studio in New York, specializing in water and liquids. Bubbles, waves in the air, splashes… 12 refreshing photographs that remind us of the vital importance of water on our planet.    

On this occasion, Lecta's CreatorStar and GardaGloss Art range of papers, specially designed for the most demanding commercial and publication printing, were selected for use in this emblematic calendar.  

Lecta is one of the largest manufacturers of coated woodfree paper (CWF) worldwide and a leader in the European specialty papers market. It is made up of three companies with a long tradition in their home markets: Cartiere del Garda in Italy, Condat in France and Torraspapel in Spain.  

Currently, Lecta has nine mills with a total production capacity of approximately two million tons and is recognized worldwide as a reliable, flexible and customer-focused supplier.    

Lecta is firmly committed to protecting the environment. All of our manufacturing sites have secured the strictest environmental certifications – ISO 14001 and EMAS – as well as PEFC and FSC chain of custody certification, thereby guaranteeing the wood and pulp used as raw materials have been sustainably sourced. Recently, Lecta also successfully completed audits for ISO 5001 energy efficiency certification.

For more information, please visit the Lecta group company websites: www.lecta.com, www.torraspapel.com, www.condat-pap.com and www.gardacartiere.it.


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