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At Sappi, we’re focused on eco-effective actions that can reduce our water consumption and improve the quality of treated water we return to the environment as part of a circular economy.  That’s why we’re especially proud of Lanaken Mill’s achievements in Belgium. They pioneered a new wastewater treatment system that not only meets but exceeds the requirements under Belgian law.  
There is a global movement to limit or eliminate solvent-based casting systems in order to reduce chemical waste and pollution.
Sappi has partnered with Birla Cellulose, one of the leading viscose manufacturers in the textile value chain, to provide a forest-to-garment traceability solution for brand owners.
As the demand for a cleaner planet grows among consumers, so does the emphasis on innovation. The call for sustainable solutions has never been higher. That’s why Sappi Europe is constantly evolving to help its customers with future-oriented circular solutions.
At Sappi, we're cultivating more value and purpose from every tree. With recyclable woodfibre products, we're accelerating the transition to the circular bio-based economy our planet demands. 
Sappi is on a journey towards greater diversity and inclusion, cultivating a culture where all people can realise their potential. Carmignano mill just outside of Venice is helping to show the way.
In an uncertain world, the need for sanitiser driven by COVID-19 is certain to remain. Achieving the desired viscosity of sanitising gel can be challenging.
We're building a thriving world by unlocking the power of renewable resources. 
Water is vital to all life, and especially to our business. Water not only nourishes trees but is used to make pulp and paper, generate steam power and so much more in our mills. That’s why we take so seriously our role as responsible water stewards in the regions where we live and work.   
Sappi Forests owns and leases approximately 390,000 hectares of plantations and outsources planting, harvesting and other operations to contractors.

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