A recovered paper recycling plant has been opened in Tuscany, Italy by Smurfit Kappa.
Smurfit Kappa Marlia will process approximately 15,000 tonnes of recovered paper in its first year, and this is then expected to rise to 25,000 per year tonnes after.
The new plant is located in a region where 60% of Italian containerboard and 90% of tissue paper is produced.
It will take recovered . . .
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