paper recycling Articles

  • Views and attitudes of Burgas’s residents (Bulgaria) for paper recycling

    The present study aims to examine the views and attitudes of Burgas’ residents in Bulgaria. The research was carried out with the help of structured questionnaire; and the method of personal interview was used. In particular, it explores the views and attitudes of residents of Burgas on recycling, their views and attitudes on the cleanliness and waste management in the city and their knowledge ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Sugar packets, ST-10E, Ohio - Case Study

    ST-10E shredding out of spec/out of date sugar packets. A sifter screen is used to separate the contents and packaging for sugar recovery and paper ...


    By Shred-Tech Corp.

  • Paper Recycling - Case Study

    The problem: The UK is the largest producer of wallpaper worldwide. The British wallpaper industry is situated around Darwen, Blackburn. Many of the wallpaper mills are operated in crowded old factory buildings. Once a leading wallpaper manufacturer Crown Wallpaper (also known as the Crown Wallpaper Company) was an agglomeration of wallpaper manufacturers in the United Kingdom since ...


    By Dirk European Holdings LTD

  • The Benefits of Paper Recycling

    One of the most common forms of municipal solid waste (MSW) recycling is paper recycling. Paper is a commonly used resource in the U.S. and recycling this material can significantly benefit the environment. Each ton of recycled paper can save 7,000 gallons of water, 3.5 cubic yards of landfill space, 17 thirty-foot trees and 4,100 kWh of energy. Unfortunately, paper is often tossed into the ...


    By Tuffman Equipment

  • Material pollution in waste paper recycling

    A special shredding plant works in continuous operation and can be serviced without long downtimes Who removes the plastic rings from the empty writing pad or tears the plastic off the chocolate Advent calendar before disposing of it? Certainly not all of us. In this way, foreign materials and impurities find their way into the waste paper and these have to be removed during the recycling ...

  • Recyclability of Coated Paper in Papermaking

    The dissolved and colloidal material (DCM) introduced with the coated recovered paper in the paper recycling process cannot be removed by conventional processes. Due to their destabilisation, it is responsible for deposits (white pitch) on papermachine or induces spots and holes in the final product. In order to study the tendency for the deposit formation, different formulations of coatings and ...


  • Design, manufacture and testing of a waste paper recycling system

    Egypt is facing a major crisis due to the 1997's 40% increase in the price of imported newsprint. This price increase not only affected the press and publishers, but also placed a burden on the educational system, because most of the government textbooks depend on this type of imported paper. This crisis can be solved entirely by recycling waste paper and depending on recycled paper instead of ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Developments in the paper recycling industry

    The purpose of paper recycling is to produce high quality recycled paper, responding to the high-quality specifications required by paper consumers either from the graphic, hygiene or packaging sectors. In consequence, any collection scheme shall be designed in a way to provide grades of paper for recycling adapted to the requirements of a high value ...

  • UNTHA launches new Heavy-Duty Shredder

    UNTHA shredding technology expands its product portfolio and rolls out the new VR series, a heavy-duty shredder, specifically developed for tough requirements in the wood recycling, plastics and paper recycling industry. With this new series, the renowned reliability of UNTHA products takes on a new dimension and ensures trouble-free ...

  • Paper mills flag up quality concerns

    The story still is China - China is driving the market and will do so for some time to come,’ a 170-strong gathering of international recovered paper consumers and suppliers was assured by Bill Moore of USA-based Moore & Associates.  In providing the context for the two days of debate at last month’s 2007 European Paper Recycling Conference in Amsterdam, the highly-respected market ...

  • Industrial symbiosis for more sustainable, localised industrial systems

    Regionally distributed, small-scale production units prioritising the use of local resources and markets are likely to make a more solid contribution to regional sustainability than their centralised large-scale counterparts. We argue that the concept of Industrial Symbiosis (IS) can be refocused to support the development of such systems. To be useful in this way, better integration of ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Veolia environmental case study

    Client: C&C Recycling Ltd. [Veolia Environmental Services (UK) plc] Profile: Paper recycling facility Machine: Bollegraaf baler Machine type: Paper baler Oil: Hydraulic fluid(mineral) Type: ISO VG46 Reservoir: 1,100litres Operating temp: ...


    By Antech Hydraulics Ltd

  • Americans are recycling more paper than ever

    Americans are recycling paper at an all-time high, recapturing more than 300 pounds per person each year. That's about half the paper produced in the United States. In addition to improvements in the tactics of waste paper collection, recycling is gaining from China's suddenly ravenous appetite for U.S. scrap paper. Its hunger for recycled paper is fueled by its own shortage of wood pulp and a ...


    By Shred-Tech Corp.

  • Identification and accumulation of aromatic sensitizers in fish from paper recycling in Japan

    Aromatic sensitizers and related compounds (SRCs) originating from thermal recording material as impurities in waste paper have been detected in aquatic environments near cities where the paper industry is flourishing. In the present study, the levels of exposure to such SRCs and the stable isotope ratios (δ13C and δ15N) in different fish species (Konosirus punctatus, Takifugu niphobles, and ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Stora Enso plant installs Redwave system

    Stora Enso has invested €9 million ($9.6 million) in a new paper recycling sorting line at its Langerbrugge Mill in Ghent, Belgium. The Paper for Recycling (PfR) sorting line from Austria-based Redwave has been installed in a new 5,200-square-meter (56,000-square-feet) building. Stora Enso’s Langerbrugge mill ...

  • Urban environmental services: valuing the environmental benefits of solid waste recycling in Brazil

    Taking into account environmental and economic aspects, this research aims at estimating the environmental services produced by municipal solid waste (MSW) recycling. The text values the urban environmental services associated with the recycling of steel, aluminium, paper, plastic and glass present in MSW in Brazil. Estimates indicate that benefits of current recycling rates reaches something ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Look through different eyes”: Gateway recycling envisions a secure & sustainable future

    Closed-loop systems are required for the effective management of assets, but when the objective is the secure & verifiable destruction of confidential information, materials, and products “you’ve got to snap the loop shut” in the words of Tom Sustersic, President/Owner, Gateway Products Recycling, Cleveland, Ohio. His commitment to building a fullservice recycling business ...


    By Cresswood

  • China Will Dictate Price and Quality

    Some 16 nations were represented at the second annual European Paper Recycling Conference, which took place during late September in Barcelona, Spain. Delegates were told that China’s already massive influence on the global recovered paper market was likely to grow in the years ahead. In addition to forecasts of strong collection growth in Eastern Europe, there was also a stark warning for the ...

  • Dewatered waste is disposed at lower cost

    By compacting and dewatering  reject, a paper recycling company avoid having to transport water for no useful purpose. SKJERN PAPIR A/S in Denmark produces 54,000 tons of liner and cardboard from recycled paper annually. In the initial sorting, the paper material is separated out from large, insoluble materials such as plastic, staples and other unwanted elements using a pulper. The ...


    By Runi A/S

  • China and India, feeding the fibre frenzy

    China and India have developed a voracious appetite for recovered fibre to feed rapidly increasing domestic demand for paper and board. But can this hunger be satisfied? The following article addresses this question and also emphasises how the quality of supplies will have a growing influence on sales into these markets. The feature is based on a presentation to BVSE in Germany by Ranjit Baxi, ...

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