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Top 3 Thailand’s most wanted waste paper

Top 3 Thailand’s most wanted waste paper

 Since 2019, Thailand became a Popular logistics point in South-East Asia yet challenge to towards “21th-Century Global Logistics and Trading Hub of ASEAN”. Of which, Thailand government has signed with China in participating “One Belt and One Road” strategy to expand its investments via “Silk Road Economic Belt” and the “Maritime Silk Road” starting from […]

Daiwa Shiryo Paper Recycling ECO-POST

Daiwa Shiryo Paper Recycling ECO-POST

What is “Paper Recycling ECO-POST”?    Eco-Post was named by Daiwa Shiryo’s for the station of recyclable waste collecting point. Mainly aim to collect old newspaper, magazine, corrugated containers (OCC) or even beverage cans where you can dispose them with free of charge.    Since it can be used freely without charges at any time […]

Let’s get to know virgin pulp

Let’s get to know virgin pulp

Virgin pulp can be made from both wood and non-wood. How to classify which plant is wood or non-wood, it is described as following; Plant stem, such as bamboo, kenaf, bagasse, rice straw, and so on, which consists of node and internode, is called non-wood. Non-woods have fast growth, contain less lignin when compare with […]

The notification requirement on waste paper import and export in South Korea

The notification requirement on waste paper import and export in South Korea

On July 2nd, 2020 South Korea’s Ministry of Environment announced an amendment to the notification of waste import and export subject to ‘the Act of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal’ to cancel waste paper exemption from waste import and export notification and will take effect from July 3rd. In the meantime, the […]

Recycled pulp

Recycled pulp

What is the recycled pulp? Recycled pulp or it can be well known as DIP (De-inked Pulp) because the de-inked unit plays a vital role in the recycling process. There are many kinds of raw materials for recycling pulp processes such as OCC, kraft paper, office paper, milk carton, and so on. What is the […]

Get to know Thailand’s Scrap and waste recycling market

Get to know Thailand’s Scrap and waste recycling market

First, Scrap or Waste in Thailand can be divided into 4 categories. No.1    Municipal solid waste (daily consumable waste), started to BAN for importing the municipal solid waste since Jan 2020. No.2    Plastic waste, It can be imported to recycle or re-producing into plastic pellets in order to supply to manufacturer again, this is under […]