Paper recycling is the process of turning waste or used paper into new paper products. Napkins, tissue papers, coffee cups, and sticky papers cannot be recycled, but papers like white paper, colored paper, magazines, and newspapers can.
The recycling of paper involves several steps, including collection, sorting, shredding, pulping, filtering, and de-inking. The use of wood, water, and oil are reduced as a result of this process, which has advantages. 900 kg of recycled paper also saves about 3.6 cubic yards of landfill space, which is another benefit.
- The results of recycling paper
- Various kinds of recycled paper
- Benefits of paper recycling