Made from the renewable resource of sustainably farmed wood fibre, paper as well as pulp, packaging and tissue products play a vital role in making our lives better, our jobs easier and our world more sustainable.
Paper is largely recyclable, making it a useful raw material for new packaging and tissue products.
PAPER ISPART OF OUR ECONOMY
The making and recycling of paper supports livelihoods, keeps people employed and invests in our economy.
Paper is versatile and part of everyday life, from the kitchen cupboard to the bedside table.
PAPER IS PART OF OUR EDUCATION
From learning to read to studying for a degree, paper is part of the journey of education, learning and development.
The Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa (PAMSA) lives and breathes all things paper, a renewable and recyclable material. We look after the education, environment, research, and recycling interests of the pulp and paper sector in South Africa, supported by RecyclePaperZA, our recycling arm.
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Johannesburg, May 12, 2022 – The Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa (PAMSA) has announced that its bursary and research programme is now open for applications for the 2023/2024 intake. The programme, which offers R320 000 per student over two years, provides a limited number of eligible Bachelor of Science (Chemical Engineering) final year students […]
JOHANNESBURG, APRIL 21, 2022 – It’s fair to assume that most people, when considering ways to fight climate change, don’t immediately think of forestry. But there is a unique climate case for sustainable wood – it is the only material that can naturally and significantly decarbonise our planet by driving down demand for illegally harvested […]
The first Earth Day was celebrated in 1970 and since then has grown into one of the largest environmental movements working with 50,000 partners in over 192 countries to drive positive action for our planet. The current drive is to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century to keep the global temperature below 1.5°C. That […]
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