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With each 28 tons of recycled paper, you can avoid the cutting of 1 hectare of forests. (1 ton avoids the cutting of 20 trees or more) 1 ton of new paper needs 50 to 60 eucalyptus trees, 100,000 liters of water and 5,000 KW/h of energy.

1 ton of recycled paper needs 1,200 Kg of used/old paper, 2,000 liters of water and 1,000 to 2,500 KW/h of energy.

With the production of recycled paper, you can avoid using chemical processes and environmental pollution is reduced to74% in the air and 35% in the water.

The recycling of 1 ton of newspapers avoids the emission of 2.5 tons of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

The newspaper paper produced from scraps uses 25 to 60% less energy than the necessary to get paper from wood pulp. Paper made from recycled material reduces in 74% the pollution discharged in the air and in 35% the ones dumped in the water besides reducing the necessity to cut trees.


It is made from Petroleum, a natural resource that cannot be renewed and with an exhaustion prediction for 40 years.
Its recycling saves up to 90% of energy and creates work opportunities in the small and medium companies.
100 tons of recycled plastic can avoid the extraction of 1 ton of oil.


The greatest benefits from this system are the environment and the population health. The recycling of paper, glass, plastic and metal – which represent about 40% of domestic garbage – reduce the use of garbage landfills, extending its life. If the recycling program counts with a composting plant, the benefits are even bigger. Besides that, recycling means significantly reducing the environmental pollution levels and natural resources waste, through saving energy and raw materials.

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The physical characteristics, as the optical properties from this material (transparency and opacity), hardness, resistance and density are, as a rule, different, but they can appear in similar forms, which makes it difficult to mechanical or hand separation.

Difficulties In Plastic Separation

Some products are made from a mixing of more than one kind of plastic.
It is common to add additives in the resin-headed plastic. The same product can be made with different kinds of plastic, the water bottle, house objects and toys, for example.
It is also common, in hard plastic, the presence of other kinds of plastic adhered to the product, in the form of lids or labels. Other plastic also have brand name or other information printed to plastic, very common in market bags.


In the recycling paper industry, the separation is frequently guided by the ABNT rules – NBR 15483 from 2007.
This rule classifies each type of paper and for each type it determines:
Impurity degree
Forbidding degree
Maximum moisture content

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