For the sake of the environment, choose MMBLOOM papers……packed in eco-friendly, plastic-free wrappers.
Environmentally safe product
The EU Ecolabel certificate is a confirmation of, among other things, low emissions to air and water and the exclusion of harmful substances from production, both for the environment and for humans. For example, elementary chlorine is not used in the production of MMBLOOM paper.
Responsible forestry policy
Thanks to responsible forestry policy, Europe’s forest area increased by almost 10% between 1990 and 2020. This represents an area of 140 000 km2. The data comes from the official website of Eurostat.
Reduction of CO2 emissions
Kwidzyn plant supplies heat energy to approx. 10 000 homes in Kwidzyn, avoiding about 40 000 tons of low CO2 emissions annually.
100% of the wood used to produce MMBLOOM paper comes from sustainably managed forests.
„Green” supply chain
The wood for MMBLOOM paper production travels an average distance of no more than 180 km by road on its way to the factory.
Use of green energy
More than 52% of the energy used by the Kwidzyn factory is green energy.
Waste water treatment
Kwidzyn mill treats 100% of the municipal wastewater for the city of Kwidzyn. The water used in paper production is returned to the Vistula River cleaned.
The mill in Kwidzyn provides employment for nearly 1,800 people and indirectly for more than 10,000.
Responsible energy management
Around 78.8% of the energy we use is produced by the Kwidzyn factory.
The average paper ream packaging contains 4 milion euro to charitable organizations over the years.
Paper for sustainable development
Using paper in a sustainable manner is possible. The production of each box of MMBLOOM paper is a responsible, safe process that benefits local communities.
A natural trend
We know that our customers want to make environmentally conscious purchases. That’s why we are constantly innovating to make our products even more environmentally friendly.
Moving quickly towards eco!
Plastics commonly used in wrappers and used to protect against moisture have been almost completely replaced by equally resistant organic materials.
What’s with the plastic?
The average risky paper package contains around 15% polyethylene, or plastic. MMBLOOM paper packaging the smallest amount of plastic possible, which also makes it easier to recycle.
The new packaging offers additional environmental benefits due to its biodegradability, i.e. its ability to be organically recycled.
The company received assistance under the government programme entitled: „Aid for energy-intensive sectors related to sudden increases in natural gas and electricity prices in 2022”.