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1 Recycling Lecture 14 PAPR 1000 Introduction to Pulp and Paper Manufacturer
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2 Recycling
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3 Recycled Paper Grades ± Mixed Paper : office waste, boxboard cuttings, and mill wrappers ± Old Newspapers (ONP) ± Old Corrugated Containers (OCC) ± Pulp Substitutes ± High-grade Dinked
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4 Recycle Fiber Usage ± Wood containing recovered papers i.e. old newspapers (ONP) and magazines (OMZ) are mainly used to produce newsprint ± While wood-free recovered papers such as mixed office waste (MOW) are mainly used for the prod. of “tissue” household & sanitary papers
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5 http://www.tappi.org/paperu/all_about_paper/earth_answers/recycle3.htm ± For effective utilization of recycle fiber, it is necessary that collected material be sorted and classified into appropriate quality grades. ± Waste paper sources are generally categorized as pre-consumer or post-consumer
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6 Difference Between Pre-consumer and Post-consumer Paper ± Pre-consumer recovered paper consists of trimmings and scraps from printing, carton
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