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What Kind of Waste Paper Can be Used to Make Paper Trays?

Waste paper is a good material for making paper trays. Many people have realized this and started the waste paper to egg tray business. Then what kind of waste paper can be used to make paper trays? What kind of paper trays can you get finally? This article will answer these questions.

Available Waste Paper to Make Paper Trays

  • OCC (old corrugated containers)
  • ONP (old newspaper)
  • waste books
  • waste newspaper
  • recycle egg trays
  • paper scraps
  • printer paper
  • living expenses paper
  • industry expenses paper

What Kind of Paper Trays Can You Get?

There exists a huge demand for paper trays on the market. You’d better choose which kind of paper tray to produce according to the local situation. Here are some references for you:

For poultry farming: chicken/duck/goose/quail egg tray;

For crop farming: seedling spot/cup;

For the catering industry: coffee/juice/milk cup tray; wine bottle tray;

For fruit growing and retailing: apple tray; fruit tray;

For electronics manufacturers: industrial packing;

6 egg box
6 egg box
10 egg box
10 egg box
12 egg box
12 egg box
Quail egg carton
Quail egg carton
30 egg tray
30 egg tray

Coffee cup tray
Coffee cup tray
Bottle tray
Bottle tray
Apple tray
Apple tray
Seedling Spot
Seedling spot
Shoe support
Shoe support

Benefits of Recycling Waste Paper

There are many benefits to recycling waste paper instead of discarding it. Recycling waste paper reduces energy and water use, while reducing the production of greenhouse gases and certain air pollutants, such as total reduced sulfur (TRS), volatile organic chemicals (VOCs), and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). Recycled cardboard also reduces the need for virgin wood. It takes about three tons of trees to make just one ton of virgin cardboard. Recycling also helps reduce waste dumping charges. Recycling one ton of cardboard saves more than nine cubic yards of landfill space.

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