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Introduction/early concept of
the paper recycling research
Activity 23 of the ISTEAC project
Dresden University of Technology
Institute for Waste Management
Task description
Activity 23: Exploration of recycling potential and recycling
schemes for paper in different settings
Recognizing
- the need of large imports of the Asian countries to satisfy the
domestic demands on paper production in result of the lack of waste
paper supplies from own sources (indicating a huge potential for
increasing the recovery of waste paper within these countries),
-the well developed infrastructure and economies in European
countries, including Germany and Greece, for the collection and use
of waste paper by the industry.
Specific activities include (for the cases of Vietnam and Philippines):
Review of the paper industry,
Assess waste paper quantities and recycled paper requirement,
Study the existing paper recycling infrastructure,
Propose an optimal strategy to increase recycling of paper,
Write a report of the study.
Dresden University of Technology
Institute for Waste Management
Dresden University of Technology
Institute for Waste Management
Research focus
The need of reliable statistics
for the research, e.g.
- on the paper production,
- im-/exports,
- collected and utilised/recycled
amounts of paper
is contradicted a.o. by
controversial figures that
appear in various country
reports.
Paradigm for D efinitions
used in this Study
P ro d u c tio n
C o n su m p tio n
C o lle c tio n
R e c yc lin g
S o rtin g
P a p e r
W aste paper
C ollected
waste paper
R e c ycle d
fib re
Im p o rt-e xp o rt
p a p e r
Paper waste
W aste
separated by
s o rtin g
R e -p ro c e s s in g
w a ste
Im -/export of
collected waste
p a p e r
C ollected waste
paper for
organic recovery
Virgin fibre
C ollected waste
paper for
energy recovery
..“There areninety large and small scale paper producing millsdispersed
throughout the country. The larger paper mills include Bai Bang, Viet
Tri (Vinh Phu), Vien Dong, Linh Xuan, Thu Duc (Ho Chi Minh city), Co
Gido and Tan Mai (Dong Nai)having an annual output of between 2 to
30 million tonnes. National paper production has a capacity of about
160,000 tonnes/yearand the pulp production is 165,000 tonnes/year.“
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