Recycled pulp

Recycled pulp is created by a process called pulping, which involves breaking down used paper, cardboard, and other paper-based materials into their individual fibers.

The process involves shredding waste paper into small pieces, and then washing and cleaning it to remove any contaminants, (ink, glue, or plastics). The next step is to dissolve the glue or resin that holds the fibers together, which is done by using chemical pulping or mechanical pulping.

The separated fibers are then washed, screened, and cleaned to produce high-quality recycled pulp that can be used to make new paper or bio-based materials for packaging applications.