Paper Recyling Division
Qaamil delivers various grades waste paper and stock lot paper based on individual customer requirement. We secure the material directly from reliable sources and collect it from multiple locations and with our expert logistics team deliver it to our customers within the said timeframe.
Qaamil supplies different grades of waste paper including corrugated cartons, sack kraft paper, sorted and unsorted office paper, old magazines and newspapers, residential mixed paper and other grades based on customer requirements.
Stock Lot Paper
We provide diverse grades of stocklot and surplus paper rolls and sheets for various business needs such as gray paper, newsprint paper, magazine print, linerboards, printed and unprinted kraft paper, silicon coated kraft paper and so on.
Paper Recycling Benefits
Even today, we use a lot of paper, particularly in the developing countries. Recycling paper helps in saving energy, water and landfill space and improves all-round efficiency. It also helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions and the recycled fibre is a sustainable, cost-effective resource for manufacturing new paper products.
Recycling paper is not just a good habit; it also helps enterprising people earn money in the process. The recycling process ranges from collection and transport right up to manufacturing new products from recycled material and involves a great number of people and processes. So there are numerous opportunities and the recycling industry provides employment to thousands of people, and business owners, through their successful and sustainable business models contribute to the economy as well as environmental protection.
Some Interesting Facts
- Recycling 1 tonne of paper saves up to 24 trees, 4,000 kWh of energy, 1.7 barrels (270 litres) of oil, 10.2 million Btu's of energy, 26,000 litres of water and 3.5 cubic metres of landfill space.
- Recycling paper saves about 65% of the energy needed to produce new paper and also reduces water pollution by 35% and air pollution by 74%.
- Recycled cardboard saves 24% of the total energy needed for virgin cardboard.
- Recycling one tonne of corrugated containers saves 390 kWh of energy, 1.1 barrels (176 litres) of oil, 6.6 million Btu's of energy, and 5 cubic metres of landfill.