Sustainable innovation

Burgo Containerboard: a firm stand for circular economy

Burgo Group perfects its offer of high performance papers for the production of corrugated cardboard: sustainable papers, available with environmental certifications and made with recycled fibres.

Burgo Containerboard's range includes top-liner, test-liner and fluting papers, all available with FSC® and PEFC certifications. The papers produced at the Avezzano plant are ecologically sustainable and guarantee solidity, moisture resistance and excellent printing results, thus proving to be ideal choice for the production of all types of packaging solutions, from the agricultural to the industrial sector, from logistics to large-scale distribution.

Towards a circular economy model

The presence in the containerboard sector is strategic for Burgo Group and its increasing effort towards the adoption of a circular economy system.
Burgo Containerboard uses secondary fibres as a raw material, i.e. paper from separate collection, from the recovery of packaging and from processing scraps.
After fulfilling their purpose, the corrugated cardboard packaging solutions made with Burgo Containerboard papers can be recycled and used again as raw material.

Responsible sourcing of fibres: a commitment for the Group, an added value for customers

Burgo Group favours the use of fibrous raw materials that are recycled or from forests managed in a responsible and sustainable way, in order to guarantee biodiversity, renewability and waste reduction. This choice translates into added value for the Group's customers, who can purchase certified paper to create truly ecologically sustainable packaging solutions and communication projects. Among the graphic papers with the highest environmental value, Respecta 100 paper stands out and boasts the FSC Recycled Credit certification.

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