There are several reasons why the importance of recycling cardboard and paper is difficult to overestimate.

First of all, the production of paper can be very harmful to the environment, especially in the early stages of the production process. Many toxins enter the environment
(formaldehyde, chlorine dioxide and others).

Waste paper recycling is a much less environmentally hazardous process; less harmful chemicals and toxins enter the atmosphere.

According to American environmentalists, in the process of waste processing, water and air pollution is reduced by 35% and 74%, respectively.

Second, recycling recycled plastic and paper reduces the amount of energy used by manufacturing plants. According to various estimates, a properly organized recycling process
waste allows you to reduce the amount of electricity used from 40% to 65%.

Third, the organization of the processing of cardboard and waste paper helps to reduce the volume of deforestation.

According to statistics, over the past few decades, mankind has begun to use 4-5 times more paper, we consume millions of tons of paper every year.

More than a third of all trees cut down on the planet go to pulp and paper mills, and only 16% of the total are trees specially grown for industry.

Recycling a ton, depending on the quality and type, can save one to two tonnes of wood.