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Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute Club


Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute Club

The CPPRI club sponsored by will share the vast body of knowledge developed by the Institute with members of Indian Environment Network. The Club is coordinated by Dr. Kawaljeet Singh, Officer-In-Charge, CPPRI.

Members: 12
Latest Activity: May 23, 2017


We are proud to present a Club completely dedicated to a "Public Service" and sharing and development of human knowledge that members of "Indian Environment Network" can use to develop solutions for a "Green Earth" .

I am thankful to Dr. Kawaljeet Siingh, Officer-in-Charge, CPPRI for consenting to coordinate the group and share the vast repository of knowledge with CPPRI with us. Check his profile

Please contact me at if you would like to coordinate such club for your own institute on "Indian Environment Network".


» Formation of the Institute

To promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper, a National level Institute was established in 1980 as an autonomous body under the administrative control of Dept. of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Ministry of Industry, Govt. of India.

» Growth & Development of the Institute

The origin of CPPRI dates back to the year 1975 when the UNDP-GOI Project became operational. After the conclusion of the UNDP Project, the facilities thus created were utilized to fulfill the long felt need for a National Level Institute to promote R&D needs of Indian Pulp and Paper Industry. Thus after the approval of the cabinet, Central Pulp & Paper research Institute (CPPRI) came into existence in November 1980. Existing R&D facilities were continuously upgraded with the aid of Plan Funds received from the Government.

From a Small Laboratory in 1980 CPPRI has grown into a National Level Institute having :-

Assets of Rs. 30.00 Crores
Modern R&D Facilities
Information Center
Well trained Manpower
Laboratory Buildings
A Housing Complex

» Location

Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute is located at Saharanpur, a city in the state of Uttar Pradesh (India), 168 kms from New Delhi, well connected by rail & road. CPPRI is situated in the vicinity of Institute of Paper Technology and Star Paper Mills Ltd.

» Growth & Development of the Institute

The objective of the Institute is to promote Global Competitiveness of the Indian Paper Industry & focus its research & Scientific work in the areas of :

Quality improvement
Cost competitiveness
Resource conservation
Cleaner Production

» Vision of the Institute
To make CPPRI a centre of excellence with focus in the area of Technology Transfer
To make Indian Paper Industry sustainable and globally competitive.

» Mission of the Institute

Mission statement of the Institute : "In pursuit of cleaner production, resource conservation and quality excellence, in Pulp & Paper Industry"

» Quality Policy of the Institute

"CPPRI is committed to develop itself into a premier research institute, with focus on the Pulp & Paper industry both in India and abroad."

A quality management system meeting the requirements of ISO 9001:2000 has been established to realize the quality policy by achieving the quality objectives. The Management and Staff are committed to continually improve while complying with applicable statutory and regulatory requirements of the Quality Management System

The Management

All affairs of CPPRI are managed by 18 membered Council of Association, comprising of representatives from Paper Industry, Ministry of Industry (DoIPP), and Deptt. of Science & Technology (DST) , Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Indian Council of Forestry Research & Education (ICFRE) and University of Roorkee. The Secretary Industrial policy & Promotion, Ministry of Industry, Govt of Indian is the president of the Council of Association (List of memebers of Council of Association). The Association performs various functions such as deciding the budget , approval of annual plan, purchase and disposal of equipment etc.

Planning & monitoring of research activities is looked after by the Research Advisory Committee (RAC). The committee is represented by Senior Executives from Pulp & Paper Industry, associations, research organizations and Ministry of Industry. (List of Members of Research Advisory Committee (RAC))

Infrastructure & Institutional Framework

Since its inception in 1975 the Institute strengthened its Infrastructure & modern equipment facilities by acquiring start-of-art indigenous & imported equipments. The equipments include modern analytical instruments and paper, black liquor, effluent testing equipments that are operated by scientists who are trained to work on them. From time to time these equipments are up graded to further improve their performance.

Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute

Saharanpur Office {India}
Post Box 174, Paper Mill Road, Himmat Nagar,
Saharanpur-247001, India
Phone : (0132) - 2714050, 2714061, 2714062, 2714059
Fax : (0132)-2714052
Email :

Delhi Office {India}
752, GF, Mathura Road, Bhogal
New Delhi - 110014, India
Phone : (011) - 24375400
Fax : (011) - 24375401
Email :

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Comment by arshad rizvi on May 4, 2011 at 9:55am
hi, does CPPRI has a low cost technology to pulp multi-layered packaging materials like Tetra Pak cartons.

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