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Pulp extrusion for recycling wastepapers and paper mill sludgesAuthor(s): Stefan Zauscher; C. Tim Scott; J. L. Willett; Daniel J. Klingenberg
Source: Tappi journal. Vol. 83, no. 6 (June 2000). :p. 62 : ill.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionLow-grade wastepapers and paper mill sludges can be extruded to form composite materials that can be used like fiberboard and hardboard.
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CitationZauscher, Stefan.; Scott, C. Tim.; Willett, J. L.; Klingenberg, Daniel J. 2000. Pulp extrusion for recycling wastepapers and paper mill sludges. Tappi journal. Vol. 83, no. 6 (June 2000). :p. 62 : ill.
KeywordsWaste paper, Recycling, Pulps, Pulp mill effluent, Sludges, Extrusion
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