Blue Angel is one of the oldest, most prestigious environmental certification in Germany. Products and services bearing the Blue Angel label must satisfy criteria that have been developed for each product group. “To satisfy the strict Blue Angel certification standards and our own high quality standards for recycled paper production, we looked for a reliable partner to supply us with recovered paper. After a thorough search, we found a competent partner we could work with over the long-term,” explained Klumpp. The use of high quality recovered paper allows Mondi to achieve a target whiteness of 140 CIE (ISO 100) with no optical brighteners, thereby satisfying the Blue Angel requirements. “This is an important step in our product development that allows us to meet customer needs as a leading producer offering a complete portfolio of recycled papers under the Nautilus brand,” stated Klumpp.
At drupa 2016 to be held in Düsseldorf from 31 May to 10 June, Mondi will show Nautilus ProCycle together with its full range of uncoated fine paper in Hall 4 Stand C21. As a special highlight, visitors can watch a live demonstration of the high performance provided, as a version of Nautilus ProCycle optimized for high-speed inkjet printing is printed on-site.
Green Range campaign
Mondi has launched a new campaign for its Green Range office paper under the motto, “Yes, we plant!” The campaign deals with the topics of sustainable forestry and responsible paper production, but maintains an easy-going attitude. The Green Range online game plays a central role, because it skilfully combines entertainment with information. Participants can win attractive prizes each month, such as a ‘fair phone’ or ‘paper trophy.’ Participation is even worthwhile without prizes, as Mondi donates 1 euro for each registered user to NGO OroVerde, which makes concrete, sustainable contributions to the protection of rainforests and biodiversity every day.
Packaging South Asia is the cooperating media partner for drupa 2016 which is scheduled to be held from 31 May to 10 June at Dusseldorf, Germany.