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REMONDIS Integrated and Managed Services // 6 October 2021
Australians use over 4.5 million tonnes of paper and cardboard each year
Australia is a world leader in paper recycling – recycling approximately 87%
Every Australian consumes around 230kg of virgin paper each year
The production of paper and cardboard requires large volumes of energy, water and trees.
Natural fibre for paper and cardboard is predominately sourced from trees. The production of paper and cardboard involves mechanical and/or chemical means to pulp a natural resource into a useable product.
Alternatively, recycling paper uses up to 50% less energy and 90% less water than making virgin paper from raw materials.
By recycling cardboard, you can help reduce these greenhouse gases and the number of new trees required to create the same products. Happily, cardboard is one of the easiest materials to recycle.
As the name suggests, these bins can accept both paper and cardboard. Importantly, you should flatten cardboard boxes to minimise airspace paper only bins.
These are generally wheelie bins that are found within offices and can only accept paper
These are also generally wheelie bins in office environments. Any materials placed into these bins is securely destroyed at specialised facilities. They are used for sensitive documents and, as a specialised service, are a more expensive option.
For very large producers of paper and cardboard, there may be financial benefits to bailing or compaction using specialised equipment. The use of this equipment will depend on the amount of cardboard and paper waste generated, space available on site, and operational needs.
Most (but not all) cardboard and paper is recyclable. Paper and cardboard is biodegradable and has a high emission factor when it breaks down in a landfill.
By recycling cardboard, you can help reduce these greenhouse gasses and reduce the number of new trees required to create the same products.
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