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Sir James Bevan visits Saica Paper at Manchester’s PM-11 Plant.

Saica Paper welcomed Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive of the Environment Agency to its Carrington Mill, known as PM-11, for a site tour and round table discussion on Thursday 7th July.

The event saw senior members of the Environment Agency join Saica for a tour of PM-11’s state-of-the-art control centre and paper mill, to see the complete paper machine and paper making process.

Following the tour of the site, Sir James then took part in a round table discussion on a number of issues, including the challenges and opportunities currently facing the industry. Commenting on the event, Pasi Hayrynen, Saica’s Plant Manager said:

“We are delighted that Sir James visited PM11 and had the opportunity of seeing our facilities. The Saica mill is a vibrant employment hub within Greater Manchester, and our state-of-the-art facilities continue to build on its success.”

“We share common goals with the Environment Agency; to create an economic hub for skills and industry at this location whilst ensuring the protection of the environment.”

The PM-11 mill employs state-of-the-art technologies to minimise the environmental impact of producing containerboard papers and is designed to use 40% less water and 50% less electricity per tonne of paper than the industry’s reference points.

About Saica Group

Saica Group is one of the largest European players in the development and production of recycled paper for corrugated board, with a production of 3.2 million tons of recycled paper. With more than 10,000 employees across Spain, France, Italy, Portugal, United Kingdom, Ireland, Turkey, Luxembourg and The Netherlands.

Saica Group has four business areas: production of recycled paper for corrugated board (Saica Paper), waste management and environmental services (Saica Natur), production of corrugated packaging (Saica Pack) and flexible packaging (Saica Flex). The turnover of the multinational is nearly 3.832 million Euros (aggregate sales, 31.12.19).
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