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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The top 100 companies produced 212.7 million tons of paper in 2013, or 53% of the world total and commanded salesof more than $320 billion Paper Production Levels Off China, the United States, Japan and Germany together account for 56% of the worlds paper production 60% 1. U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), FAOSTAT Forestry database, at Graeme Rodden, Mark Rushton, and Annie Zhu, PPI Top 100: A Newcomer from Brazil is Welcomed to the List Along with Two from China, PPI Magazine, 1 September 2014. No production data are available for nine companies. 3. EPA, Recycling, Energy Conservation, and Community Beautification, at In wealthy countries, paper is ubiquitous. Often, it is fated to be discarded soon after its purchase with only a portion recovered for recycling. While there have been slow improvements in production methods and recovery of paper products, much progress remains to be made in order to reduce the industrys environmental impacts. 397.6 million tons of paper and paper board were produced worldwide in 2013 Paper Uses Today Wrapping and packaging (54%)Printing and Writing (26%)Newsprint (7%)Household and sanitary tissue (8%) Europe accounted for of the world's paper export shipments in 2013 Paper Recycling Fibers can be recycled 5-7 times before they become unusableRecycled paper requires 60% less energy and 80% less water to produce than virgin paperRecycling paper generates 95% less air pollutionRecycling 1 ton of paper on average saves 26,500 liters of water, 318 liters of oil, and 4,100 kilo-watt hours of electricity 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3
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