INGEDE invited you for the 30th INGEDE Symposium on 2 March 2021 online – and more guests than ever joined to listen to recent achievements in the context of paper recycling and other exiting presentations.
The world of paper recycling and deinking meets at INGEDE every year: The INGEDE Symposium is the only annual international conference covering all aspects from paper product recyclability and paper recovery to the treatment of paper for recycling. This year everything will be presented online.
At the symposium, INGEDE will be focusing on the needs and interests of all members of the paper chain – with a keynote about sustainability in book printing. A presentation on the new European Ecolabel will address the whole paper value chain. We will also offer more insight into current issues in the raw material regarding collection, advanced sorting, and trading of paper for recycling; as well as into the recyclability of different printed products and how to deal with them in the deinking process, the challenges of newer printing processes and different kinds of certification of printed products.
Reaching a higher level in paper recycling – Together chances and challenges can be met!
And, remember, in case of any questions don’t hesitate to contact INGEDE!
Introduction to the event and the matter
Thomas Krauthauf (UPM, Chairman of INGEDE)
Sustainable paper cycles – these are the facts
Wolfram Dietz (bifa)
The new bifa study: a comprehensive database, particularly on the thematic areas of life cycle assessment, energy consumption, wood sources and recycling. The limits of recycling do not lie in progressive quality loss of the fibre material …
The Blue Angel for paper and other ecolabels
Andreas Steenbock (Steinbeis Papier)
Environmental labels are well known as reliable and comprehensive information making customer´s decision easier when looking for environmental friendly products. Among others, best in class labels like Blue Angel and EU Ecolabel have highest recognition and paper manufacturers apply for with a wide range of products.
The Blue Angel for green printed products
Antonia Pott (RAL gGmbH)
Whether it’s an advertising brochure, a book or an annual report – anyone who orders print products or produces them themselves will find a guide to environmentally friendly production in the new “Blue Angel for printed products”.
The EU Ecolabel for printed products
Malgorzata Kowalska (EU Commission)
The EU Ecolabel, established in 1992, is the EU voluntary label of environmental excellence. It is a Type I (ISO 14024) environmental label whose overall objective is to promote goods and services with reduced environmental impacts all over their life-cycle, when compared with products in the same product group existing on the European market.
And now the panel is open for your questions!
moderated by Axel Fischer (INGEDE)
Availability of paper for recycling in Germany and the EU
Martin Drews (VDP)
Currently, recovered paper is available in sufficient quantities in Europe. But consumption will increase worldwide. How do we set the right course to counter this trend?
Availability of paper for recycling and its share in the paper collection
Marc Ehrlich (Vipa)
Predictions in recovered paper have never been so difficult!
Changes in mixture of kerbside collections and the consequences for its sorting (status, trends, consequences)
Achim Wiese (ROWE)
People read less newspapers and consume more packaging: will deinkers run out of raw material soon?
Digitalization and data – Connected sorters, the use of data in the paper sorting industry
Johannes Jacoby (Tomra)
Data shape the future of sorting: sorters automatically communicating with additional sensors as well as mechanics to optimize the fully connected sorting plant, but also communicating with the up and downstream paper value chain to improve a circular economy of paper.
Fresh and breathtaking: Camera-based quality detection
Victor Reutenauer (Fotonower)
Fotonower will present exclusive and breathtaking results on the digitalization of Entrance Quality Inspection based on year-long development with the most advanced mills of the industry: Perlen and UPM. The results will be presented in detail with simple explanations of the statistics and Artificial Intelligence behind them. Expect some fresh announcements!
Dennis Voß (Perlen Paper)
Sustainability in the paper value chain from a printer’s point of view
Christian Aumüller (Aumüller Printing)
We are not an environmental printer – but an efficient production company. Nevertheless, we are committed to environmental protection for more than 25 years. Company of the Year” 2016.
European print market trends
Laetitia Reynaud (Intergraf)
The European print market: trends and forecasts, looking at both print products and print processes. And what are the short- and long-term impact of COVID-19 on European print markets?
About AGRAPA and supporting research on mineral oils in printing inks
Volker Hotop (Frankfurter Societäts-Druckerei)
AGRAPA’s voluntary commitment is one of the most successful of its kind in the industry.
It is also proving this in its handling of the mineral oil issue.
Presentation (pdf) (German with English Subtitles)
Mineral oils in printing inks – current research
Philipp Stolper (Fogra)
Since 2016, Fogra has been working on a project funded by the German Bundesumweltamt to introduce mineral oil free Coldset inks to the market. The aim of the research project was to develop two ink series to such an extent that their permanent use in printing plants would be possible …
Mineral oils in printing inks – current legislation in France
Jean-François Robert (CITEO)
France is the first European country with a financial malus and bans on mineral oils for graphic paper and packaging. Citeo, the French Producer Responsibility Organization in charge of packaging and graphic papers, will share with you the criteria for these malus and bans applicable in France.
Deinkability of UV-curing printing inks (IGF 20476)
Beatrix Genest (SID)
Does the increase of UV printed products disrupt the paper recycling cycle?
Can the deinkability of UV printed products be influenced by the printing process?
Questions & answers
Christian Aumüller, Volker Hotop, Laetitia Reynaud, Jean‐François Robert
Andreas Faul (INGEDE)
The 4evergreen alliance: Perfecting circularity together
Susanne Haase (4evergreen)
The 4evergreen Alliance already counts 60 active members across the entire fibre-based packaging value chain for its ambitious goals – from paper and board manufacturers to packaging converters, technology and material suppliers, retailers, sorters and collectors, researchers, as well as leading brand owners such as Nestlé, Mars, P&G, Danone, IKEA, Kellogg’s, Ferrero or L’Oréal.
Developing a European recyclability method for packaging
Ulrich Leberle (CEPI)
Harmonizing recyclability testing and evaluation of paper packaging – the next step in closing the loop.
The cooperation of paper and adhesives
Hermann Onusseit (IVK)
Do adhesives influence paper recycling? An attempt to separate “facts” from “fake news” about the relationship between paper and adhesives, with special reference to the paper recycling process.
INGEDE Methods: From Industry Procedures to International Standards
Dennis Voß, Andreas Faul
INGEDE Method 11 represents the most important process steps in deinking: ink detachment and ink removal. But how has this test developed, how is it used and how will it be developed in the future?