AF&PA

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AF&PAAmerican Forest and Paper Association
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While some of this is undoubtedly greenwashing, Michael Klein, a spokesperson for the American Forest and Paper Association, asserts that the industry is currently using all the recycled paper it can get.
The American Forest and Paper Association says timber bridges are enjoying a resurgence because of the many special benefits they offer to designers and owners.
The Board of Directors of the American Forest and Paper Association (AF & PA) approved the plan in October 2003.
Michael Klein, a spokesperson for the American Forest and Paper Association, agrees that a groundswell of interest in kenaf would not preserve trees.
The group then meets during the AF&PA (American Forest and Paper Association, Washington) Paper Week show and during the summer Paper Recycling Conference & Trade Show (sponsored and organized by the Recycling Today Media Group).
The American Forest and Paper Association (AF&PA), the Pulp and Paper Safety Association (PPSA), and IDCON, Inc.
NRDC Senior Scientist Sami Yassa says, however, that FSC offers "the toughest standards for commercial forestry in the world, and the only credible standards in the marketplace." The only alternative right now, FSC supporters point out, is the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), a "green" label set up by the American Forest and Paper Association, whose members own tens of millions of forested acres.
Reflecting the differences between the domestic and offshore markets, the most recent figures from the American Forest and Paper Association, Washington, show that while domestic consumption of recovered fiber posted a decline of more than 4 percent for the first seven months of the year, exports have been rocketing, with the most recent numbers by the U.S.
According to the American Forest and Paper Association (AF&PA), the tissue sector of the paper industry tops the North American paper market in operating rates, at more than 90%.
According to the American Forest and Paper Association, 25 billion paper bags were used by grocery stores in 1984.
He was a member and past chairman of the Black Liquor Recovery Boiler Advisory committee as well as the American Forest and Paper Association Recovery Boiler committee, where he served as co-chairman of the Operations and Maintenance sub-committee prior to his retirement.
"The industry is not moving east," insists Con Schallau, an economist with the American Forest and Paper Association. "This is a myth that has been spun by people.
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