European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA)
1995 Brussels Belgium
Founded 1995, Brussels (Belgium), as part of C-XC2403 - Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), to look after its European members' interests, a EU Committee - BIR Paper Stock Division (WAPAC) – Comité Marché commun - Division vieux papiers du BIR – EU Ausschluss - Fachsparte Altpapier des BIR having been set up 27 Oct 1960, Brussels, under the initial name of Common Market Committee - Section on Waste Paper - of the International Reclamation Bureau – Comité Marché commun - Section vieux papiers - du Bureau international de la récupération – Ausschuss Gemeinsamer Markt - Abteilung Altpapier - des Internationalen Büros für Altwaren. Since 2014, a branch of D-XM5382 - European Recycling Industries' Confederation (EuRIC). Since 2016, no longer a legal entity.
Promote the use and international trade of recovered paper for further production of recycled paper and cardboard; study and examine all commercial, legal, environmental and technical issues relating to the trade, recovery, process, recycling and transportation of "used" paper.
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