The Recycled Paperboard Technical Association is a non-profit association that brings together the expertise of paper mills worldwide that manufacture products from at least 90 percent recovered fiber. RPTA is dedicated to the improvement of the recycled paperboard industry.

RPTA member companies have been recycling recovered paper since the turn of the 20th century. This heritage of responsible resource management has forged a tradition of innovation and ingenuity that is unmatched in the paper-making industry.

Serving the needs of companies engaged in producing recycled paperboard since 1953, RPTA is dedicated to the improvement of the industry through product stewardship, benchmarking, materials investigations, and education.

Read about RPTA's long-standing commitment to the use of recovered fiber and recycling here.

Announcing the 2014 RPTA Scholarship Recipient

Dave Briere, RockTenn Senior Vice President and Amy Schaffer, RPTA Executive
Director present Taylor Baranski with 2014 RPTA Scholarship

The Recycled Paperboard Technical Association is pleased to announce that Ms. Taylor Baranski of Western Michigan University has been awarded the 2014 RPTA Scholarship. This scholarship was established by RPTA to recognize outstanding students who are interested in the recycled paperboard industry. Ms. Baranski is a rising senior and is currently interning with Graphic Packaging. She is an outstanding student and hopes to join the recycled paperboard industry upon her graduation.

Click here for information about the RPTA Scholarship.


UPCOMING EVENTS

Register HERE for the December 9th Webinar on Optimizing Maintenance Work Order Processes, presented by Jim Davis of PCA, Inc.

PAST EVENTS

September 16-17th Roundtable on Vacuum Pumps agenda and contact information.

Presentations and webinar recordings are now available for RPTA Members:

2014 RPTA Production-Technical Seminar presentations

May 7th Webinar on Paper Tail Handling and Threading recording

June 13th Webinar on Canadian EPA reporting requirements recording