||Analysis of Demand and Supply for Secondary Fiber in the U.S. Paper and Paperboard Industry. Volume One. Sections I-VIII and X.
Iannazzi., Fred D. ;
||Little (Arthur D.), Inc., Cambridge, Mass.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Solid Waste Management Programs.
||ADL-C-76644-Vol-1; EPA-68-01-2220; EPA/520/SW-111c.1;
Paper industry ;
Economic analysis ;
Industrial waste treatment ;
Solid waste disposal ;
Pulp mills ;
Cost estimates ;
Paper recycling ;
Waste recycling ;
Secondary materials industry
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The report presents an extensive compilation of technical and economic data on the U.S. Pulp and Paper Industry with specific attention to the role of secondary fiber. This data provides an assessment of technical and economic potential for increased secondary fiber use in the manufacture of paper and paperboard. Process economic data is provided for virgin, secondary fiber, and blend mills for one or more grades of paper, board, or pulp within each of the following sectors of the industry: containerboard; groundwood papers; tissue and other machine creped paper; folding boxboard; printing and writing papers; industrial packaging converting and miscellaneous papers; construction papers; market pulp; and slush pulp. Volume 3 will be of interest only to those groups seeking a more comprehensive understanding of the way in which the various process economic tabulations were compiled.