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  • Paprec, Dieulouard

    June 17, 2016

    Group

    OPENING OF THE FIRST PAPREC LORRAINE FACTORY IN DIEULOUARD

    Paprec Group has opened its first Paprec Lorraine factory in Dieulouard, focused on the recycling of waste from household collections. This new factory is able to recycle 35,000 tonnes a year, and will recover waste from 18 communities.
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  • Paprec Group, Everest, VIncent Vachette

    June 08, 2016

    Sponsoring and Patronage

    VINCENT VACHETTE AT THE SUMMIT OF MOUNT EVEREST

    Vincent Vachette became the first French man this year to have reached the summit of the world's highest mountain, Everest. Paprec Group provides regular support to its employees in their sporting adventures, but this was a truly extreme challenge to have set for its Commercial Director for Key Accounts. In doing so, Vincent Vachette became the 111th French person to set foot on the world's highest peak.
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  • Renewal of Paprec Méditerranée 13

    June 03, 2016

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    RENEWAL OF PAPREC MÉDITERRANÉE 13

    An open doors day was held at the Paprec Méditerranée 13 on Friday 3 June 2016. It was a great opportunity to present the investments that have been made in the factory.
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  • Paprec Group

    May 04, 2016

    Group

    APPOINTMENT OF TWO DEPUTY MANAGING DIRECTORS

    The founder and CEO of Paprec Group, Jean-Luc Petithuguenin, named two deputy managing directors, Erwan Le Meur and Stéphane Leterrier.
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  • Paprec Group, reverplast agreement

    April 27, 2016

    Group

    PAPREC GROUP SIGNS THE REVERPLAST AGREEMENT

    On Wednesday 27 April 2016, Paprec Group, the chemicals company Arkema, Ségolène Royal, Minister of the Environment, Energy and Marine Affairs, Emmanuel Macron, Minister of Economy, Industry and Digital Affairs, and three other partners, signed the Reverplast agreement.

    This project aims to bring recycled materials into the manufacturing of new thermoplastic materials designed for the automobile, yachting and wind-powered markets.

    The project is part of a new plan to guide companies in their circular economic approach launched by the government, known as "Commitments for green growth", helping Paprec Group to continue its commitment to the circular economy.

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