1% of global production, No. 21 in the world, No. 7 in Asia
20.7% paper, 79.3% paperboard
Recovered paper consumption is approx. 3.9m metric tons p.a., of which 2.7m metric tons is collected domestically.
Voluntary greenhouse gas reduction program since 2009
Making paper to satisfy consumer needs while at the same time insisting on sourcing from man-made forests, reusing recycled paper, carbon capture and carbon reduction to benefit society.
Recovered paper can be classified into recyclable paper, unrecyclable paper and paper containers. Equipped with both system and scale, Taiwan’s domestic recovered paper has a utilization rate as high as 95%, one of the best in the world. More....
As times change, human interactions and communications have grown faster and faster,
but paper’s role as the most authentic carrier of information will never change.
“Box Wars” seeks to break free from the traditional manufacturing mindset to explore how paper
materials have changed, showcase imagination and different possibilities through creativity,
and encourage people to think about the everlasting relationship between man and paper.