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CDL Solutions 5 TOP TIPS on why you should use printed flyers

You have been given the task to promote your organisation, business, event….. The list is endless, where do you start. A great way to get your message out there and talked about is a flyer, they are informative and allow you to be as creative as you want, whilst maintaining your core identity. You will […]

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European Paper Recycling Rate 71.7% A World Record

Paper recycling in Europe at 71.7% – A reliable performance secures access to valuable raw material   The paper recycling rate in Europe reached 71.7% in 2013. The total amount of paper collected and recycled in the European paper sector remains stable at just over 57 million tonnes, despite decreasing paper consumption in Europe. Recycling […]

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CEPI: “zero waste programme for Europe” doesn’t reach far enough

CEPI welcomes the fact that the Circular Economy Package includes a landfill ban for recyclables as of 2025, but regrets that incineration for the same materials is not banned. On July 2, the European Commission adopted the EU Circular Economy Package (“Towards a circular economy: A zero waste programme for Europe). The Confederation of European […]

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Greenpeace cautiously optimistic on APP forestry policy headway

A report from environmental lobby group Greenpeace has given qualified approval to the work Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) has undertaken to end the practice of deforestation in its supply chain. Greenpeace’s APP’s Forest Conservation Policy: Progress Review examines APP’s recently implemented forest conservation policy (FCP), which resulted in a moratorium on all natural forest clearance. Greenpeace, […]

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Need a Postcard to promote your business?

Postcards have been around in Great Britain for over a hundred years.  As a nation we were much slower than its continental neighbours to realise the potential. In 1894 the Post Office gave its approval for use through the mail with an adhesive stamp.  Before this date, plain cards were already in circulation and were […]

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