The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) is celebrating the 63rd annual National Forest Products Week. Throughout this week, AF&PA will highlight the industry’s sustainability leadership and paper recycling achievements within the circular economy. The forest products industry is also among the largest manufacturing industries in America.
“During National Forest Products Week, we recognize the 925,000 people from the forest products industry who make sustainable products for a more sustainable future,” said AF&PA President and CEO Heidi Brock. “These are people who make innovative paper and wood products, made from renewable resources and used by millions of Americans daily.”
The forest products industry makes sustainable products like: Paper, Packaging including cardboard, Tissue products and Pulp and Wood products.
The paper and wood products industry is committed to sustainability success and resource efficiency throughout the production process. Industry innovations are also creating more sustainable and recyclable products, like paper padded mailers and pizza boxes.
“AF&PA recognizes the support of the Paper and Packaging Caucus including our co-chairs: Congressman Dan Newhouse (R-WA), Congressman Lou Correa (D-CA), Senator John Boozman (R–AR) and Senator Debbie Stabenow (D–MI). This bipartisan caucus focuses on finding policy solutions to support our industry’s long-term sustainability achievements,” Brock said.