repulp

repulp

(riːˈpʌlp)
vb
to pulp or turn into pulp again
adj
of or pertaining to the process of turning into pulp again
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Tyler thrives on the give and take - especially when makes potentially controversial points, such as studies showing that in some situations it's better to burn newspapers rather than repulp and recycle them, because of the energy the latter takes.
The reason they don't recycle them is because it's too expensive to do heat separation to remove the wax from the cardboard, because it won't repulp with the wax on it.
List of variables which were detected most frequently by dynamic SPE contribution plots as the probable causes of sheetbreaks Serial Tag Description 1 PM7 BROKE FLOW 2 PM7 S/A CLOUDY DILUENT FLOW 3 PM7 2 DRYER PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL 4 PM7 1 DRYER PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL 5 NO2 BROKE STORAGE TO PM7 FLOW 6 PM7 ANSILEX FLOW 7 PM7 JET TO WIRE RATIO 8 PM7 KRAFT REFINER POWER 9 PM7 KRAFT CONSISTENCY 10 PM7 BROKE CONSISTENCY 11 PM7 S/A REPULP CONSISTENCY
Recycling plants must purchase wastepaper rather than wood, repulp the fiber, and feed the pulp into an ink removal system.
APPLICATION: By changing its wet-end chemistry to include recycled PET, a mill can maintain the paper's performance while making it easier to repulp broke.
The patented technology allows the use of alternative fibers from such sources as newsprint, phonebooks, cotton and cotton-polyester, without the need to de-ink, repulp or bleach these fibers.
GSP's Scudder may have succeeded, but he wasn't the first to deink and repulp newspapers.
Several sources of fibrous residuals were easy to repulp, but it was difficult to repulp some of the other sources of residuals.
The recycling operation will deink and repulp newspapers and magazines collected in New York City, and is in talks with several metro-area newspaper companies, including the New York Times, for purchase orders, which would cover production and reassure prospective investors.