Eurosac Publications

The carbon footprint of paper cement sacks is 2.5 times smaller than the carbon footprint of form-fill-seal (FFS) polyethylene cement sacks. This is the outcome of a comparative study by the Swedish…

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Eurosac Publications

Comparing the results from 2007 to those from 2015, the European kraft paper and paper sack industry made further improvements to its carbon footprint.

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Eurosac Publications

These handling recommendations are intended to help fillers identify aspects of their operations where they may be able to improve practices and thereby reduce, or even eliminate, damage to paper sack…

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Eurosac Publications

These Industry Guidelines contain established technical methods on how to obtain a dust-free paper sack after filling with cement or similar building materials.

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Eurosac Publications

A market research survey was commissioned by The European Paper Sack Research Group, ESG, in order to understand the key influencing and motivating factors behind cement filler preferences that may…

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Eurosac Publications

The new Eurosac Brochure is now available at the EUROSAC office!

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Eurosac Publications

This powerpoint presentation can be used as a guide by the paper sack manufacturers to facilitate the transition to the new pictograms.

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Eurosac Publications

Available in 4 languages. Based on compliance with the EU legal status as per 2013-11-01

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Eurosac Publications

Discover the Eurosac Brochure "Building Sustainability".

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Eurosac Publications

In 2006, EUROSAC ran an inquiry among its members on "Printing Problems".

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