Expo saves thousands of trees

15:45, April 09, 2010      

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scene of the signing ceremony

Chen Xianjin, deputy director general of the Bureau of Shanghai World Expo Coordination, delivers a speech.

scene of the signing ceremony

Shanghai World Expo will save 61,178 trees with tissue paper made from recycled milk packaging.

Shanghai Orient Champion Tissue Co signed a sponsorship agreement with the Bureau of Shanghai World Expo Coordination yesterday to provide tissue paper during the 184-day global event.

All the tissue paper will be free of charge for visitors.

Chen Xianjin, deputy director general of the bureau, and Li Cixiong, chairman of Cimic Group, attended the signing ceremony. Cimic Group is the parent company of Shanghai Orient. Its Hygienix tissues are a famous brand in China.

Source: Expo2010


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