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eNewsletter ACT CLEAN

No.8
ACT CLEAN is a transnational project promoted by the European Union.
This is the eighth project newsletter.

VOC reduction in paper industry

The ACT CLEAN project
supports Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) throughout Central Europe to implement eco-efficient production processes. It promotes environmental technologies and management systems by connecting demand and supply: It provides SMEs with technological and managerial know-how on one side and it facilitates the marketing of already existing solutions on the other.
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VOC reduction in paper industry
In this newsletter we focus on VOC reduction in paper industry. At first we should define the term VOC. VOC stands for Volatile Organic Compounds. Non-methane volatile organic compounds do not have any "tangible" definition that would be easily feasible by laboratory, chemical or physical procedure. Their precise definition is given in the Gothenburg Protocol (Gothenburg protocol 1999).
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VOC reduction in paper industry in Act Clean countries
Please find bellow links to general and specific information, players and practical examples in specific Central European countries:
ACT CLEAN activities related to VOC reduction in paper industry:
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Editors: ENVIROS – Czech Consultancy Company in energy and environment, Vlasta Svejnohová & Zuzana Lhotáková, Email: zuzana.lhotakova@enviros.cz

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The materials and information included in this electronic newsletter are provided as a service to you and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the European Union, the Central Europe Programme or the partners of the Act Clean project. Neither of them is responsible for the accuracy of information provided from outside sources.