Recovered paper explodes in '96

October 1997
World Wastes;Oct97, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p7
Trade Publication
Cites the increase in recovered paper consumption by paper and paperboard mills in the United States in 1996. Significant decline in recovered paper exports; Portion of raw material used by mills; Record-high recovery rate; Records set in the recovery of both corrugated and newsprint; Contact information.


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