Paper Recycling – From Newspaper to Toilet paper

Johencar Recycling focus largely on paper recycling. From Cardboard boxes to newspapers.  Since the beginning in 2010, we collect boxes. 

Just like with plastics, paper also have different grades and must be separated into the different categories.

The list of categories follows below.

1.         Mixed paper (CMW)

 

A mixture of various grades of paper and board without restriction on fibre content. Your lowest grade of paper contents.

 

2.         Cartonboard cuttings (IMW)

 

Consists of new cuttings of paperboard as are used in the manufacture of folding paper cartons and similar boxboard products.

 3.         Mechanical grades special news (SN)

Consists of newspaper, magazines and sorted graphic paper from Kerbside and other post consumer collections. All kraft paper must be removed.

 

 4.         Over issue news (FN)

Consists of over run unsold newspapers containing not more than the normal percentage of inserts, no flexographic printed material allowed.

 

5.         Magazines (SBM)

 

Consists of unsold magazines and trims from magazine printers including catalogues, brochures with or without latex bindings. May contain up to 10% of uncoated news type paper.

6.         Special Magazines (SSBM)

 

 

Unsold magazines and trims from magazine printers, including catalogues, brochures without latex bindings. May contain a small percentage of news type paper.

7.      High Grade White One (W1)

 

Consists of unprinted white woodfree paper or board, off cuts or shavings free from water insoluble matter.

 

 

8.      Heavy letter one (HL1)

 

 

Consists of white printed or unprinted sheets, shavings originating from printers or office records. This grade must be free of heavily printed or coloured stock and non-water soluble adhesives.

WEBSITE LOGO1

9.         Heavy Letter Two (HL2)

 

Consists of pastel coloured printed or unprinted sheets, shavings and cuttings originating from printers or office records. This grade must be free of heavily printed or coloured stock and non-water soluble adhesives.

 

 

10.       Super Mix (SMW)

 

 

Consists of mix of HL1 / HL2 in ratio 50% HL1, 50% HL2. This grade must be free of non-water soluble adhesives.

11.      Sorted Office Papers (SOP)

 

Consists of paper as typically generated by offices, containing primarily white and coloured groundwood free paper, free of unbleached fibre. May include a small percentage of carbonless paper.

 

12.      Kraft grades corrugated containers (K4)

 

Consists of corrugated containers having liners of kraft or test liner. These are your everyday corrugated packaging boxes. One of the most often recyclable materials.

We gladly except any corrugated boxes. Please give us a CALL even if it is only for a few boxes.

13.     New corrugated kraft waste (K3)

 

Consists of new corrugated cuttings, sheets and unused boxes as generated by corrugating convertors having liners of kraft or test liner.

 

14.     Unused kraft bags (K1)

 

 

Consists of new kraft multi wall bag cuttings, sheets and misprint bags, free of stitched papers, poly liners and wet strength paper.

15.     Special grades liquid board packaging (LBP)

 

Used or unused liquid packaging boards including used PE €“ coated liquid packaging board (with or without aluminium content). Containing a minimum of 50% by weight of fibres and the balance being aluminium or coatings.

 

16.     Telephone directories (TD)

 

Consists of clean telephone directories printed for or by telephone directory publishers.

The Team

Team Kuils River