• Carbon emissions reductions
    by using biomass energy
    About 900,000 tonnes
    per year
  • Energy costs saved (costs)
    About ₩ 186 billion
    per year
  • Energy produced without
    a drop of fossil fuel
    No fossil fuel used

Check out how Moorim’s integrated mill and its use of black liquor energy reduces carbon emissions.

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Using black liquor

reduces carbon emissions equivalent to emissions emitted by 11 million cows

* one cow emits about 80.3kg of carbon emissions yearly

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Using black liquor cuts down carbon emissions equivalent

to 136 million trees needed to absorb the same amount!

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With the amount of energy saved by using biomass energy,

you can make a round trip from Seoul to Busan 5 million times!

(Based on Ulsan LNG price ₩ 18.8951/MJ, Seoul↔Busan distance 800 km(Gas mileage 12.4km/L)

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Using biomass energy

11 thousand TJ of energy saved yearly

*TJ : energy unit system Terajoule
  • Using black liquor

    reduces carbon emissions equivalent to emissions emitted by 11 million cows

    * one cow emits about 80.3kg of carbon emissions yearly
  • Using black liquor cuts down carbon emissions equivalent

    to 136 million trees needed to absorb the same amount!

  • With the amount of energy saved by using biomass energy,

    you can make a round trip from Seoul to Busan 5 million times!

    (Based on Ulsan LNG price ₩ 18.8951/MJ, Seoul↔Busan distance 800 km(Gas mileage 12.4km/L)
  • Using biomass energy

    11 thousand TJ of energy saved yearly

    *TJ : energy unit system Terajoule

Moorim produces pulp and paper with 100% renewable energy created from reuse of black liquor.

What makes up wood used to create paper?

A tree is mainly composed of fiber and lignin. Fiber takes up half of the wood and is the main ingredient used to create paper.

Fiber is the thread-like strands inside plants or trees. A chemical process is applied to remove unnecessary substances such as lignin to separate them from fiber to use it as an ingredient for creating paper.

The detached lignin is then used as black liquor, a natural and sustainable fuel to power the paper mill. This material is used not only to create Neoforêt products but also any kind of paper, contributing to a greener future.

종이의 원료인 나무의 구성성분 라그닌 섬유질

Paper Created with Renewable Resources

Moorim is certified by many environmental bodies, including FSC, and KFCC™. Moorim also contributes to resource conservation and pollution reductions with the Korean Eco-label and also the Carbon Footprint/Low Carbon certification. Moorim will continue to create innovative and sustainable solutions to provide consumers with diverse environmentally friendly products.

Moorim’s Environmental Certification List
  • FSC - CoC

    Moorim Paper, Moorim SP, and Moorim P&P are certified by the world renowned Forest Stewardship Council FSC to ensure that products produced by Moorim are procured from responsible forests.

  • Low Carbon

    Moorim P&P has acquired the Low Carbon certification since 2013, being the first paper mill to achieve the Low Carbon certification.

  • Carbon Footprint

    Moorim Paper and Moorim SP have both acquired the Carbon Footprint certificate for their key products.

  • KFCC™

    Moorim Paper, Moorim SP, and Moorim P&P are certified by KFCC™, ensuring that products made by Moorim are produced from responsible, managed, and also recycled materials.

  • PREPS

    Moorim Paper and Moorim P&P products are graded by the Publisher’s Database for Responsible Environmental Paper Sourcing(PREPS) group to ensure that Moorim sources procures from responsible sources.

  • PEFC™

    Moorim Paper, Moorim SP, and Moorim P&P are certified with the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification for its sustainably sourced products.

  • Eco-Label

    Moorim Paper and Moorim SP have both acquired the Korea Eco-Label certification.

  • International Environmental Management Standard ISO 14001

    Moorim Paper and Moorim P&P follows the ISO 14001 environmental management standard, contributing to environmental improvements.

  • International Quality Management Standard ISO 9001

    Moorim Paper, Moorim SP, and Moorim P&P all operates according to the ISO 9001 quality management standard.

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In accordance with Article 30 of the Personal Information Protection Act, Moorim Paper, Moorim SP, and Moorim P&P(hereinafter referred to as the ‘Company’) established and opened to public the following privacy policy to protect the personal information and rights and interests of data subjects and to settle relevant problems promptly and smoothly.

The order of Privacy Policy in Neofoert e-Catalogue’s website is as follows.

  1. 1. Purpose of personal information processing and processed personal information items
  2. 2. Personal information processing and retention period
  3. 3. Provision of personal information to third parties
  4. 4. Outsourcing of personal information processing
  5. 5. Rights and obligations of data subjects and exercise methods
  6. 6. Destruction of personal information
  7. 7. Actions to secure safety of personal information
  8. 8. Privacy protection officer
  9. 9. Reliefs for infringed rights and interests
  10. 10. Other matters on personal information processing and management
  11. 11. Amendments and announcements of privacy policy
  1. 1. Processing purposes of personal information processing and processed personal information items

    The Company processes information processing for the purposes below. Processed personal information are not used for uses other than intended below, and should the uses of personal information change, we will perform necessary actions such as obtaining a separate consent in accordance with Article 18 of the Personal Information Protection Act.

    [General information]
    Data subject : Online inquirer
    Processing purpose : Receiving online inquiries and inquiry feedback notifications, distribution of product samples and promotional goods
    Personal information collected : Name, contact information, email, address, Website access log, IP address, cookies, MAC address

    [System usage information]
    The following personal information collected may be automatically generated and collected in the course of internet service usage.

  2. 2. Personal information processing and retention period
    1. (1) The Company processes and retains the personal information within the personal information retention period pursuant to relevant laws or the period to which the data subjects had consented during collection of personal information.
    2. (2) The information will be destroyed without delay upon fulfillment of usage purpose.
  3. 3. Provision of personal information to third parties

    The company processes personal information of data subjects within the scope stipulated in Clause 1(processing purposes of personal information) and does not provide such information to other individuals or entities, Provided, that the information falls under Articles 17 and 18 of the Personal Information Protection Act, such as consent of data subjects or special stipulations in laws, the personal information may be provided to third parties.

  4. 4. Outsourcing of personal information processing
    1. (1) The Company outsources the following personal information processing tasks for smooth performance of personal information tasks.
    2. (2) Outsourced entity and details
      Outsourced entity(consignee) : LG CNS
      Details of outsourced tasks : Neoforêt e-Catalogue website management(Maintenance for personal information DB encryption security, including inquiries and requests)
    3. (3) In accordance with Article 26 of the Personal Information Protection Act, the Company states in the contract the matters related to responsibilities, including prohibition of personal information processing for purposes other than performance of outsourced tasks, technical and administrative protective actions, restriction of re-outsourcing, management and supervision of consignee, and compensation for damages, and supervises whether the consignee safely processes personal information.
    4. (4) Upon any amendments to details on outsourced tasks or changes to consignee, such details will be notified through this Privacy Policy without delay.
  5. 5. Rights and obligations of data subjects and exercise methods
    1. (1) Data subjects may exercise the following personal information protection rights against the Company as prescribed in relevant laws including the Personal Information Protection Act:
      1. ① Demand to peruse personal information,
      2. ② Demand to correct errors, etc.,
      3. ③ Demand to delete, and,
      4. ④ Demand to stop processing.
    2. (2) The rights in paragraph 1 may be exercised in writing, via telephone, electronic mail and fax, and the Company shall take actions without delay after confirming the identity of the person.
    3. (3) When data subjects demand the correction of errors in, or deletion of, personal information, the Company shall not utilize or provide said personal information until such correction or deletion is complete.
    4. (4) The right in paragraph 1 may be exercised through agents, such as legal agents or entrusted person, of the data subjects. In this case, power of attorney in Annex Form 11 of Enforcement Rules of the Personal Information Protection Act needs to be submitted.
    5. (5) Data subject may not infringe personal information and privacy of data subject himself/herself or other persons that are processed by the Company by violating relevant laws, including the Personal Information Protection Act.
    6. (6) In principle, the Company does not collect personal information of data subjects below 14 years of age. If the company is obliged to collect of personal information of a person below 14 years of age, then the Company will obtain the consent of the person’s legal agent in advance. In this case, the minimal information(name, contact number) needed for obtaining the consent can be directly collected from said person below 14 years of age without prior consent of legal agent.
  6. 6. Destruction of personal information
    1. (1) The Company destroys personal information when it becomes unnecessary, such as expiration of personal information retention period and fulfillment of process objectives, Provided, that in the event where personal information needs to be retained continuously, said personal information shall be moved to a separate database or preserved in a separate storage.
    2. (2) The procedures and methods of destruction of personal information are as follows.
      1. ① Destruction procedures
        The Company selects personal information with reasons for destruction and destroys it with the approval of privacy protection officer of the Company.
      2. ② Destruction methods
        The Company destroys personal information which is recorded and saved in electronic file format using technical methods that renders such records irreproducible, and personal information which is recorded and stored in papers by shredding with a shredder or by incineration.
  7. 7. Actions to secure safety of personal information

    The Company takes following actions to secure safety of personal information.

    1. (1) Administrative actions: Establishment and implementation of internal management plan and regular staff training, etc.;
    2. (2) Technical actions: Management of access rights to personal information processing system, installation of access control system, encryption of unique identification information, and installation of security programs; and
    3. (3) Physical actions: Restriction of access to data processing room and data storage room.
  8. 8. Privacy protection officer

    To take overall responsibility for tasks related to personal information processing, handle complaints and relieve damages of data subjects related to personal information processing, the Company designates the following privacy protection officers.

    • Privacy protection officer: HYEONCHANG KIM, senior executive director(Management Support 1 Division)
    • Privacy protection manager: Changwook Kim, assistant manager(Marketing Team)
    • Contact number: 02-3485-1590
    • Email: kcw88912@moorim.co.kr
  9. ts and interests

    Data subjects may inquire all questions on personal information protection, complaints and relief for damages occurring during the utilization of our services(or businesses) to privacy protection officer and relevant departments. The Company will answer to the inquiries of data subjects without delay.

    Any other privacy infringement reports or consultations should be inquired to the following institutions:

    • [Personal Information Infringement Report Center]
      • Report, request consultation on personal information infringement
      • privacy.kisa.or.kr / (Without area code) 118
      • (Post code 138-950) Personal Information Infringement Report Center, Korea Internet and Security Agency, 135 Jungdae-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul
    • [Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee]
      • Request personal mediation dispute mediation, collective dispute mediation(civil settlement)
      • privacy.kisa.or.kr / (Without area code) 118
      • (Post code 138-950) Personal Information Infringement Report Center, Korea Internet and Security Agency, 135 Jungdae-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul
    • [Cybercrime Investigation Department, Supreme Prosecutor’s Office]
      • www.spo.go.kr / 02-3480-3573
    • [Cyber Terror Response Center, National Police Agency]
      • www.netan.go.kr / 1566-0112
  10. 10. Other matters on personal information processing and management
    1. (1) For matters not prescribed in this Privacy Policy, the Company will follow the prescriptions of Personal Information Protection Act and Enforcement Rules thereof.
    2. (2) The Company does not install or operate automatic collection device(cookies) in this site.
  11. 11. Amendments and announcements of privacy policy

    The Privacy Policy of the Company was enacted on August 1, 2021 and any changes made under relevant laws, directives and internal regulations will be opened to the public in accordance with the methods prescribed in relevant laws.

    • Notice Date: August 1, 2021
    • Implementation Date: August 11, 2021