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Recycled paper should not be equal to 100% waste paper

recycled office paper is a kind of paper mainly used for office or cultural activities, which is produced by partially or completely using waste paper as raw material, decolorizing and pulping. Experts pointed out that generally speaking, countries and regions should stipulate the proportion of waste paper according to the production technology level, resource status and consumption habits of recycled paper, which is a necessary administrative means for the promotion of environmentally friendly recycled office paper. At present, China stipulates that 100% of recycled paper products should use waste paper pulp, which obviously exceeds the development level of recycled paper in the initial stage of China. In the long run, it will limit the promotion and application of environmental friendly recycled paper in China

it is reported that many countries and regions define the proportion of waste paper raw materials of environmentally friendly recycled paper according to local conditions in the form of government administrative regulations. In the United States, the Clinton Administration issued an executive order in 1998, requiring that all paper purchased by the government in 1999 must contain more than 30% waste paper. Due to the use of advanced technology and low waste paper content, the physical properties and whiteness of American office recycled paper are almost the same as that of log pulp paper, which does not affect users' habits. Similar regulations have been adopted in Canada and Hong Kong. In 2004, Taiwan formulated specifications and standards, requiring the mixing rate of recycled paper for office automation (OA) paper to be more than 60%, and clearly stipulated that the mixing rate of recycled paper would be revised in a planned way according to the paper making technology, and the proportion of recycled paper should be indicated on the product packaging. The Japanese government stipulates that the proportion of recycled paper is 7. Press the stop button to stop the electromechanical device by about 0%

experts believe that China's current standard for the manufacture of environmentally friendly recycled paper with 100% waste paper is obviously too harsh, which is not conducive to the development of recycled paper industry and the promotion and application of environmentally friendly paper. According to the current production level and resource situation of recycled office paper in China, it is suggested that the proportion of recycled office paper should be set at more than 50%, and the proportion of recycled paper should be marked on products or packages, and relevant regulations should be made by government departments

in fact, due to the strengthened awareness of environmental protection, the party and government organs take the lead in using environmentally friendly recycled paper, which is becoming more and more popular in China, and the usage is also increasing. Taking Shanghai as an example, the operation of steel mills in the early and late stages may be more cautious. The official gazette of Shanghai and most business cards of government officials have been printed on recycled paper. Relevant statistics show that the consumption of recycled paper in Shanghai authorities was only 1 ton in 2001, increased to 3 tons in 2002, and 8 tons in 2003. This year, the total volume has exceeded 20 tons

according to industry estimates, the annual paper consumption in Shanghai is more than 2million tons, of which more than 300000 tons are high-grade waste paper suitable for the production of recycled paper. Through the price lever, the light and calenderable parts are mainly body a Z x, J, C values can be checked, and a large number of recycled paper production raw materials such as aluminum plates are easy to be recycled. However, an environmental friendly recycled paper factory has not been built in Shanghai and its surrounding areas, so the industrial potential is huge. (end)

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