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2022-08-18
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Recycling cultural waste paper to protect the "invisible forest"

at the recent annual meeting of the National Ecological Society held in Chengdu, there should be no refutation, wrinkles, bubbles and adhesions. Relevant experts called on the whole society to start with "me", change the concept of "habitually using native paper", advocate the concept of recycling cultural waste paper and using recycled cultural paper as pride, and regard cultural waste paper as "invisible forest", Vigorously shape the ecological consciousness of "invisible forest"

according to experts, when the World Conference on women was held in Beijing in 1997, international friends proposed to use a certain proportion of recycled cultural paper. At that time, China had no choice but to spend foreign exchange to import recycled cultural paper from abroad to meet the requirements of the world women's Association. In order to encourage the recycling of waste paper and the production of recycled cultural paper, foreign countries implement policies such as tax relief and sales price subsidies for manufacturers of recycled cultural paper; Some countries also require enterprises and institutions to use a certain proportion of recycled cultural paper. Catering industries such as McDonald's must use a certain proportion of ordinary recycled cultural paper, such as payment printing paper

Wang Rusong, vice president of the international society for human ecology and researcher of the ecological environment research center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, pointed out that cultural paper is made of wood, and it is a pity to throw it away as garbage once used. With the improvement of the quality of cultural life, the amount of paper used for the detection of products and semi-finished products in China has increased exponentially. In order to meet the demand, it takes a lot of foreign exchange to import millions of tons of various waste paper from the United States and other countries every year, so as to reduce the logging of wood resources. At present, the amount of paper used in China's metropolises is very large, and the amount of paper used in Beijing alone reaches millions of tons a year. Although most waste paper is recycled by various recycling stations, most of it is collected in a mixed way and recycled at a low level, which is a great waste of resources. Among them, there are the technical problems of recycling, the reform of management system, and the concept of people's behavior. All sectors of society need to act together, collect by classification, and reuse according to quality

chenbaoxiong, Deputy Secretary General of Shenzhen ecological society, said that relevant international data showed that using cultural waste paper as papermaking raw material and producing 1 ton of recycled high-grade cultural paper could save 100 tons of purified water, 600 kwh of electricity, 3 cubic meters of wood or 9 hundred year old trees, 1.2 tons of coal, 300 kilograms of chemical raw materials, 3 cubic meters of solid waste and 60 pounds of industrial waste gas, which could save a lot of money for waste residue treatment, according to insiders. As China's technological content is not as good as that of developed countries, it will save more if we follow domestic standards. With regard to the quality and hygiene of recycled cultural paper, Zhang Bao, the director of Beijing seventh paper mill, said that the quality of recycled cultural paper fully reached the standard of original paper. After several times of high-temperature copying above 250 degrees Celsius in 10 seconds, the disinfection was absolutely up to standard

when the mayor of Beijing Liu Qi read out the Olympic bid report in Moscow last year, he solemnly promised the world that by 2008, the use of recycled cultural paper in Beijing will reach 60%. Recently, it was learned from relevant departments that the Beijing municipal government has taken the lead in notifying all units that waste paper for cultural offices should not be thrown away casually, but should be collected, classified and reused, and asked governments at all levels to purchase and use recycled cultural paper

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