Waste paper recycling

Waste paper recycling

Pistoni Srl: recycling specialist

Paper recycling is a fundamental practice to reduce the environmental impact of the paper industry and limit the consumption of natural resources such as wood and water. In this article, we will discuss the recycling process of waste paper and the work carried out by the Italian company Pistoni Srl, a specialist in the treatment of paper waste.

The Waste Paper Recycling Process

The waste paper consists of paper waste from offices, industries, and homes, which is sorted and collected to be sent to the recycling process. The first step in the process consists of sorting and separating the different types of paper according to their degree of purity and color. The paper is then shredded into smaller and smaller particles, to be subsequently mixed with water to produce a cellulose fiber pulp.

The pulp is then filtered and pressed to remove excess water and form sheets of recycled paper. These sheets are then dried, cut, and rewound and can be used to produce new paper products such as toilet paper, handkerchiefs, napkins, printer paper, and many others.

Pistoni Srl is an Italian company specializing in recycling waste paper. The company is also engaged in research and development projects to improve the recycling process and develop new sustainable paper products. In addition, Pistoni Srl pays attention to the environmental sustainability and social impact of its activities, investing in technologies and processes that improve the quality of life of local communities.

Conclusions and more information

Recycling waste paper is key to reducing the paper industry's environmental impact and preserving our planet's natural resources. Thanks to the work of companies like Pistoni Srl, paper recycling has become increasingly efficient and sustainable, contributing to the creation of a circular economy in which waste becomes a resource.

For more information about our waste paper recycling service, you can contact us by filling in the form in the contact section.