With cutting edge technologies like waste press used commonly, we see recycling becoming a common method, which is a good sign. But, the production of paper is still a concern. Note that it is one of the most commonly produced material in the world. Is it not ironic that even in the age of modern technology and paperless office, we still see papers churned out across the world? Although there are benefits of paper, and we might see it produced for many years, is it not better to use cutting edge recycling techniques? After all, despite the presence of synthetic paper, many companies across the planet still use paper that is made from trees. This must be looked into and avoided as each year, millions of trees are consumed for making paper. One can argue the reasoning behind using paper when other more efficient technologies are in place. Interestingly, we see an inclination to recycle paper from many corners in the world. Also note that despite the production of paper that is made from wood, we see more paper being recycled each year. This is a healthy trend and should continue, but it is time to stop using natural resources in preparing paper and cardboard. The recycled paper and cardboards are every bit as usable as their natural counterparts. You will find the following advantages of using recycled paper:
Reduced space occupied in landfill
With more paper going to the recycling companies, we will see less of it making it to the landfill. In fact, since plastic and paper are two of the most common materials that are being recycled, we will see the content of landfill having little to no paper or plastic in years to come. Though it is not the case today, it might be in the near future.
Save trees and reduce the greenhouse effect
It is a fact that by increasing the production of recycled paper, more trees and other natural resources like water can be preserved. This will help the planet in the long run and it helps more trees to grow, which increases the oxygen production and reduce the risk of greenhouse gases in the upper atmosphere. Today, paper recycling in Saudi Arabia is more common than it ever was. It is likely that we will see this trend to continue and more recycling will take place in that country, which will protect the environment and fulfill the requirements of the industry.