Cheng Loong Paper PavilionBuilt the “Cheng Loong Paper Pavilion” and sponsored the Dandelion household tissues. The only enterprise pavilion using solar energy at the 2018 Taichung World Flora Exposition.
Visited by 460,000 persons
The recovery of waste paper can create secondary forests for resource recycling and reuse, avoid massive logging, and benefit energy saving and emissions reduction. Therefore, we initiated the a series of activities“Secondary Forests". Through the creation, display and interaction of paper art, we enrich art and culture diversity. By combining environmental protection, art, and charitable activities, we create countless new possibilities. In 2019, we also sponsored various government and civilian activities, such as the “2018 Taichung World Flora Exposition”and "2019 Box war", to actively promote environmental education.
Established the secondary forest experience pavilion and activity stalls to promote LOHAS in the forest through interaction with citizens.
For nine consecutive years
Promoted circular industry creativity and improved the image of the paper industry and continuously publicized correct waste sorting and recycling in collaboration with the Taiwan Paper Industry Association and Environmental Protection Administration.
With participation of over 26,000 for 4 consecutive years
Celebrated the 60th anniversary of Cheng Loong and held a series of activities and events including beach cleaning, mountain cleaning, tree planting, and charity-oriented fairs. A total of 8,784 people participated in Taiwan.
>8,000 people participated
To encourage citizens to visit nature, love forests, and enjoy forests, we co-organized the “Huisun Wood Culture Festival” with National Chung Hsing University in 2011 by setting up the “Secondary Forest Pavilion” in Huisun Forestry Park to display the esthetics of recycled paper art and present paper diversity. We also arranged CLC volunteer guides to explain to visitors the importance of secondary forest to sustain Earth. Over the years, the “Secondary Forest Pavilion” has become an indicative event of the Festival for visitors to further and better understand nature and ecology and to encourage the public emphasize nature conservation in order to safeguard Taiwan, a beautiful island.
To conserve wastepaper resources, CLC implements full-scale “recovered paper collection” within the enterprise. Apart from recovering all office recovered paper, we encourage employees of all 11 mills and plants in Taiwan to recover household wastepaper regularly and promote wastepaper recovery after classification in communities and through various activities. Moreover, we open our mills and plants for agencies, groups, schools, and the public to visit in order for citizens to understand the process of recovered paper recovery, recycling, and reuse and to learn the need for a circular society through a plant tour and on-site machinery observation. In 2018, over 3,000 visitors visited our mills and plants in Taiwan.