Technology and Science of Paper Recycling

Technology and Science of Paper Recycling

Module   1 - Paper recycling and technology course introduction and objectives

Module   2 - The US paper recycling industry

Module   3 - Introduction to papermaking fibers

Module   4 - Grades of recovered paper

Module   5 - Common contaminants in recovered paper

Module   6 - Collection, sorting, storage of recovered Paper

Module   7 - Papermaking fiber types and the effect of recycling on strength properties

Module   8 - Basic paper recycling process terms

Module   9 - Pulping of recovered paper

Module 10 - Screening

Module 11 - Centrifugal cleaning

Module 12 - Wash deinking

Module 13 - Flotation deinking

Module 14 - Dispersion and Kneading

Module 15 - Bleaching

Module 16 - Treatment of waste streams from paper recycling operations

Module 17 - Paper recycling system design strategies

Module 18 - Paper Recycling Systems

Module 19 - Cost to produce deinked pulp

Module 20 - Automated image analysis of paper to detect contaminants

Module 21 - Refining of recovered fibers

Module 22 - Fiber fractionation

Module 23 - Stickies: tacky contaminants

Module 24 - Stickies: control and removal

Module 25 - Stickies: measurement

Module 26 - Manufacture of packaging grades from recovered paper

Module 27 - Manufacture of newsprint from recovered paper

Module 28 - Manufacture of tissue from recovered paper

Module 29 - Manufacture of printing and writing papers from recovered paper

Module 30 - Mill Tour:  Recycling mill producing packaging grade paper

Module 31 - Mill Tour: Material recovery facility

Module 32 - Mill Tour: Recycling mill producing market deinked pulp

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