Waste paper represents a large percentage of the total amount of waste requiring disposal. Resolutely pursuing the objective of increasing recycling, meaning that more paper is used again for different purposes, involves placing less paper in landfills or incinerators, which in turn leads to fewer trees being felled for the production of pulp.
It is a well-known fact that trees and plants are important for human life on Earth; thanks to the phenomenon of photosynthesis, they are able to absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen. Recycling paper is therefore of great importance from both a practical point of view (less waste and fewer raw material procurement costs) and an ethical one (less waste and cleaner air).
LCI’s corporate mission is to substantially contribute to these values, which are so important for quality of life.