The chart below shows the process of waste paper recycling. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The process chart illustrates the operation of re-process the paper from the garbage.
Overall, it is immediately apparent from the chart that there are a total of five steps for restoring the paper from waste, beginning with the collection of waste material and culminating in a papermaking machine.
Begin with the waste paper collected from public paper banks and businesses, which are used by the department. this paper is then sorted by hand and graded, or unsuitable paper would be separated
During the process. Following this, then a group of sorted paper delivers to the Paper Mill by mode of transportation; the next process is cleaning, in which they deep clean the paper, including pulping and removing other material from the notepaper such as staples. In the subsequent stage, the wrapper goes through the process of de-inking so that extra glue or ink will be removed. Finally, the writing paper moves into the last stage for the papermaking machine, and it is interesting to note that paper will be manufactured according to the demand for usable wrappers.
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