The National Wildlife Federation is a partner in the Environmental Paper Network's RePaper Project. The RePaper Project was created in 2007 to improve the quality and quantity of paper being recovered by recycling. In working with major paper purchasers and recycled paper manufacturers it became clear that the demand for recycled paper was soon to outgrow the capacity to manufacture recycled paper. Therefore, the RePaper Project was created to boost the recovery of paper to best meet the needs of both manufacturers and purchasers.
The RePaper Project works collaboratively to build bridges between common grounds and foster robust dialogue, action plans, and commitments to making the U.S. and ideally all of North America, leaders in paper recovery and recycling.
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