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Panpa Bulletin : November 2010
Every action, every improvement counts when it comes to sustainability Everything we do counts That's why at Norske Skog we are committed to: Utilising forest residues and waste material from sustainably managed softwood plantations • Thinnings from forests • Sawmill chips Responsible forest practices • All wood used by Norske Skog comes from sustainably managed softwood plantations or waste sources • Over 50 % of wood fibre is certified -- and all suppliers must meet State and/or National laws • Chain of Custody is in place at all mills Reducing our energy use and carbon footprint • Our Australasian mills have achieved a 25% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions per tonne of production since 1990 Using water carefully • Our Albury Mill is at World's Best Practice in terms of water use per tonne of production Applying Best Practice manufacturing processes • All our mills are ISO 14001 certified Recovering and re-using what we produce • Australia's newsprint recovery rate is over 77% Supplying lighter weight paper • Lighter paper requires less fibre, fewer raw materials and chemicals and less energy to produce. This reduces our environmental footprint. For further information and our sustainability booklet phone Australia (02) 8268 2000 New Zealand (09) 524 3400 Norske Skog is proud to be a major sponsor of the 2010 PANPA Newspaper of the Year Awards and congratulates this year's winners