The world’s first paper was made from recycled material. Around A.D. 105, a Chinese court official used recovered rags and old fishing nets to create the first paper.
A French scientist got the idea of making paper from wood fiber while observing wasps building their nests
Your recycling bin may contain products that have already been recycled. Recovered fiber goes into many of the products we use every day, including cereal boxes, newspaper, notebook paper, and cardboard containers
Today, more than 50 percent of the paper consumed in the U.S. is being recovered for recycling. That works out to 342 pounds for every man, woman, and child in the U.S
Recognizing that recycling is good for our environment, the India paper industry wants to boost the recovery rate of paper. You can help!
India produces 14.6 million tonnes of waste paper every year out of which only 26% recovered
For every tonne of paper used for recycling the savings are:
at least 30,000 litres of water
3000 – 4000 KWh electricity (enough for an average 3 bedroom house for one year)
95% of air pollution.
For Saving Environment and Trees.
60-70% energy savings over virgin paper production
Recycled paper uses 55% less water and helps preserve our forests
Recycled paper reduces water pollution by 35%, reduces air pollution by 74%, and eliminates many toxic pollutants.
Recycling of waste paper helps people in getting jobs.
We request you to call us to save the Environment & Earth by recycling the used & waste items.