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ship was established by the Corrugated Packaging Coun- cil in honor of Joe and this year is awarding a $5,000 scholarship to Jessica Tocco from Western Michigan Uni- versity, who is pursuing a career in the engineering area of the corrugated industry. This year’s winner of the Terry S. Paulson Memori- al Scholarship is Phillip Loges from Miami of Ohio. This scholarship has been established by friends of Terry and Schwarz Partners for students pursuing further education in the maintenance and engineering area of the corrugat- ed field. AF&PA: Paper Industry, Recycling Remain Resilient During Pandemic The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) President and CEO Heidi Brock released the following
and serving on the American Society for Testing and Ma- terials for 36 years including D10.27 Subcommittee Corru- gated and Related Packaging Chair for 20 years. This year, the Division Awards and Scholarship Com- mittee has chosen five outstanding recipients who will each receive a $1,000 scholarship. The John O. Telesca Engineering Scholarship recipient is Isabelle Ownby from Western Michigan University; the Corrugated Packaging Division Scholarship recipient is Jarod Pierce from North Carolina State University; the Corrugated Supplier Schol- arship recipient is Natalie Laux from North Carolina State University; the Mitsubishi Scholarship recipient is William Cotter from Miami of Ohio, and the Bobst Scholarship re- cipient is Daniel Sommers from the University of Wiscon- sin, Stevens Point. The Joe Dieffenbacher Memorial Engineering Scholar-
statement on the U.S. paper and wood prod- ucts industry and paper recycling during the COVID-19 pandemic: “American Forest & Pa- per Association (AF&PA) members remain resilient in navigating challenges created by the ongoing pandemic. They continue to work safely and diligently in creating sustainable and innovative paper products for the circular economy. “Like all sectors of the economy, papermak- ers are dealing with challenges created by the ongoing pandemic. These include global and domestic supply chain issues, such as ocean freight bottlenecks and truck availability. “Nevertheless, notable data points emerge and one of those is in the area of paper recy- cling, which continues to be an environmental success story. In July, total paper recovery for recycling was up an impressive 8.9 percent year-to-date. In the United States, approxi- mately 80 percent of paper mills use some recycled paper fiber to make renewable prod- ucts, such as office paper, packaging and bath and tissue products. This is a testament to the consumers who are recycling these products, combined with the impressive infrastructure investments our manufacturers are making. “Our industry remains committed to serv- ing our customers worldwide, just as it has throughout the pandemic. Rest assured, your favorite paper products continue to be manu- factured 365 days a year, by a dedicated and essential workforce.” AF&PA member companies make essen- tial products from renewable and recycle re- sources, generate renewable bioenergy and are committed to continuous improvement through the industry’s sustainability initiative, Better Practices, Better Planet 2030.
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