Environmental Paper Network

Welcome to the RePaper Project
Reimagining Paper for the 21st Century

With the urgency of climate change, a rapidly growing number of consumers and large institutional paper purchasers have committed to transition to higher content recycled paper products as part of the solution. Therefore, it is critical to improve and increase paper collection and reinvigorate and expand North American recycled paper manufacturing.

The RePaper Project works to foster dialogue, create partnerships, and advance policy reforms that improve and increase paper fiber recovery and the manufacturing of recycled paper.

Whats New?

RePaper Campus Challenge was launched on Earth Day!

Participating organizations include College and University Recycling Coalition (CURC), NWF Campus Ecology, RecycleMania, and Recycling Organizations of North America (RONA U). Campuses are pledging to recover 75% of their waste paper by 2015. Become part of the Challenge campaign and pledge your campus today!

  New RePaper Project Supporters: Limited Brands Foundation and Boise, Inc.

The RePaper Project is proud to announce that Limited Brands Foundation and Boise, Inc. are providing financial support for the RePaper Project’s mission to increase waste paper recovery for recycling in North America.

The RePaper Project applauds this generous support from both companies as well as their leadership in advancing sustainable measures in paper recycling.

  Take the RePaper Challenge: 75% by 2015!

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Sign our pledge to show support for increasing paper recovery rate for recycling to 75% by the year 2015. Add your school, business, organization, office building, campaign, or yourself to the growing movement to protect climate, forests, and domestic jobs through paper recycling!

For more information or to become a part of this effort contact:

Pam Blackledge, RePaper Project Coordinator
Send Pam a message
208-344-4043

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