GMUND AM TEGERNSEE, Germany, Aug. 19, 2020 (Press Release) -It has always been of utmost priority for Gmund to manufacture their papers environmental-friendly. For example, thanks to an ozone purification facility, Gmund Paper reduced its water consumption in paper production by 70% during the past several decades. And Gmund uses water power, solar energy and heat-and-power coupling to generate up to 75% of the energy it needs.
The Gmund Used collection reaffirms and continues this commitment to sustainability. Gmund Used is made out of 100% recovered paper. This paper combines two materials: 80% high-quality DIP which is FSC certified and 20% secondary packaging materials manufactured in Gmund, which are subsequently collected and separated according to the type of material. This closed-circuit transforms used paper from being waste to becoming a high-quality design paper by Gmund. Gmund Used stands for optimal quality with maximal fiber utilization and convinces in its bright and vibrant colors. The high strength of these papers makes them particularly well suited for packaging projects. And the Gmund Eco Certificate logo guarantees that the production process is designed to conserve natural resources.
The Gmund Used collection meets all demands and requirements to be the paper of the future.
Gmund Used at a glance:
- 10 new bright colors
- Surface: matte
- Available weights: 300g/m² in 70 x 100 cm LG
- Additional formats and grammages are possible from a MOQ of 3 tons
- Suitable for all applications and all printing techniques
- Gmund Eco Certificate, FSC-certified (FSC-C006462)
About Gmund Paper
Headquartered at Lake Tegernsee, Gmund Paper is Europe’s most modern factory for design papers. The manufacturing and environmental technologies work on the highest level. Custom-tailored solutions for sustainable brand presences are created here. The assortment includes over 100,000 different paper variants. Circa 75% of the papers are exported. Gmund Paper delivers its products to a total of 70 countries on all continents. A family-owned business, Gmund Paper is presently directed by fourth-generation papermaker Florian Kohler.