There are already many examples in our everyday lives where wood fiber is used in a circular manner. Also, innovations create new opportunities within a variety of areas. The fiber in your paper cup can be used over and over again – according to some estimates, up to 25 times – if you take the opportunity to recycle it.

Wood fibers can also be used in textile recycling, where several exciting development projects are currently underway. In the construction sector, interest in reusing materials is increasing, and new techniques make it possible to build upon existing buildings to reduce both carbon emissions and the negative impact on the urban landscape.

Active forestry and products made from wood simply create conditions for a closed loop that captures, binds, and stores carbon dioxide. It becomes a natural circular cycle that begins and ends with photosynthesis.