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    Scrap Paper, also known as recovered paper and board, is one of the most widely recycled materials in the world. Since 1990, Americans have recycled approximately one billion tons of recovered fiber as the recovery rate for paper and paperboard in the U.S. nearly doubled to reach 65.1 percent in ...

    ONP: Consists of sorted, fresh newspapers, not sunburned, and other acceptable papers. (May contain magazines) SOP: Consists of paper, as typically generated by offices, containing primarily white and colored groundwood-free paper, free of unbleached fiber. KPWS: Consist of used brown kraft bags free of objectionable liners and original contents.

    HWS: Consists of shaving or sheets of unprinted, untreated white groundwood-free paper.

    HDPE Mixed Colorr Bottles: Consists of Mixed colored, postconsumer #2 HDPE containers ffrom household products typically collected in residential recycling programs. Examples include detergent, orange juice, and shampoo bottles. Shoud be free of wide-mouth containers such as margarine or whipped cream tubs. Motor oil and herbicide/insecticide bottles are not allowed.

    FLAKE: A generic term that refers to size and shape. Typically consists of platic bottles or plastic film typically ground into a chip. PET: Consists of mixed, postconsumer PET food and beverage bottles and jars from curbside collection programs.
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    Plastic recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste plastic and reprocessing the material into useful products. Since the vast majority of plastic is non-biodegradable, recycling is a part of global efforts to reduce plastic in the waste stream, especially the approximately eight million metric tonnes of waste plastic ...

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