UPM Jämsänkoski

The UPM Jämsänkoski paper mill is located in Jämsä in Central Finland, approx. 220 kilometers from Helsinki and 100 kilometers from Tampere. The mill was founded in 1888.

 
 
 
 

Jämsä, Finland

Employees

380 (Communication Papers and Specialty Papers combined)

Capacity

630 000 t/a (Communication Papers and Specialty Papers combined)

Products

Uncoated magazine paper (SC)

UPM Cat, UPM Impresse, UPM Impresse Plus, UPM Max, UPM Max S, UPM Smart

Label and packaging papers

C1S face, base and packaging papers

 
 

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Mill technology & Sustainability

All figures for Jämsänkoski & Kaipola combined (2019)

0 kg
waste to landfill
86 %
certified fibre
70 %
of fuel used by the power plants is biomass based
 

 

Waste management

All waste generated is reused, either as such or after further processing. The largest waste fraction is ash from power plants. A significant portion of ash is used for soil improvement mainly in crop fields. Other significant reuse application is construction: ash is used in road base to replace natural stone material and improve the load-bearing capacity and frost resistance of the road. Waste generated at the mills is carefully separated into different fractions which are then reused as raw materials or for energy.

 
 

Certifications

  • EMAS – EU Eco-Management and Audit Scheme
  • ISO 14001 – Environmental Management System
  • ETJ+ – Energy Efficiency System
  • ISO 9001 – Quality Management System
  • ISO 22000 – Food Safety Management System (UPM Specialty Papers)
  • OHSAS 18001 – Occupational Health and Safety System
  • PEFC-CH11/0831.00 (PEFC/02-31-80) Chain of Custody Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification
  • FSC-SGSCH-COC-002249 (FSC® C014719) Chain of Custody – Forest Stewardship Council®
  • EU Ecolabel (UPM Communication Papers)

All certificates can be found in UPM’s Certificate finder 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Contact us

UPM Jämsänkoski

Tiilikantie 17
PO Box 35
FI-42301 Jämsänkoski
Finland

tel: +358 2041 6161

email: info.jamsa(at)upm.com

 

 

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