The New Zealand plantation forest and wood products industry is based on wholly renewable resources, producing 100% of its products from plantation forests and recycled waste fibre.
New Zealand plantation forest, 2017/18 Find out more
Catalogue, brochure, magazine and newsprint production results in 20% less direct CO2 emissions. Investing in new technology allows paper mills to develop an effective process to reduce CO2 emissions.
National Pulp & Paper, 2018 Find out more
Forestry is a major employer in regional New Zealand and contributes around $6.4 billion a year to the New Zealand economy in export earnings.
Zealand Plantation Forestry Industry, 2018 Find out more
86% of Australians believe that consumers should have the right to choose how they receive communication (printed, or electronically) at no extra charge from financial organisations and service providers.
Toluna Australia, 2017 Find out more
In 2017, one of New Zealand’s largest paper mills collected 299,403 tonnes of waste cardboard and paper, of which 205,605 tonnes (69%) was processed into paper products.
Growing Sustainable Solutions NZ, 2017 Find out more
Paper recycling rates in Australia are amongst the highest in the world with over 87% of all paper and paperboard being recovered.
CEPI Sustainability Report, 2018 Find out more
The proportion of waste paper recycled increased from 28% in 1990 to 85% in 2016, while the proportion of paper disposed of in landfill has declined since the mid-2000s.
Australia’s State of the Forests Report, 2018 Find out more