Where should the paper-making industry, which impo

2022-07-30
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Where should the paper industry, which imports up to 50% of raw materials under the prohibition of waste, go

China papermaking association and China papermaking society jointly released the first white paper on the sustainable development of China's papermaking industry (hereinafter referred to as the white paper on enriching and expanding the connotation of the exhibition), which includes the overview of China's papermaking industry, sustainable development - circular economy, sustainable development - raw materials, sustainable development - products, sustainable development - ecology and environment Sustainable development - technical development and personnel training, sustainable development - society and the outlook for the sustainable development of the paper industry describe the development of the paper industry, in order to deepen the understanding of the paper industry by all sectors of society and eliminate misunderstandings on this basis

raw material import supports half of the papermaking industry.

the white paper points out that in the total consumption of papermaking fiber raw materials in China, imported commercial wood pulp, waste paper and wood chips account for a large proportion, supporting the development of the papermaking industry. At present, China's paper-making raw materials (wood pulp, waste paper and wood chips) are more than 50% dependent on foreign countries. In terms of waste paper, China's import of waste paper accounted for about 40% of the global waste paper trade in 2017, and the pulp made of imported waste paper accounted for 20.5% of the total pulp

in addition, under the existing domestic industrial structure, the export of manufacturing products accounts for a large proportion. About 30% of the total domestic paper production of 1470 tons of high-density polyethylene products is carried overseas as export packaging, instructions and signs, which further reduces the recyclable amount of domestic waste paper

therefore, imported waste paper raw materials have become the main supplementary source of fibers for the paper industry and the guarantee for maintaining the quality of waste paper fibers

affected by the waste paper import policy, the import of waste paper will be significantly reduced or banned in 2018 and beyond. In order to meet the demand for fiber raw materials, the demand for domestic waste paper will increase. However, the domestic waste paper recycling has exceeded 90% of the recyclable amount, approaching the limit, causing the high price of waste paper raw materials and serious adulteration

in addition, the number of imported waste paper with high-quality imported fibers has decreased, resulting in a sharp decline in the quality of domestic recycled waste paper fibers and a general increase in the amount of pollutants in the production process. The impact of this trend deserves our further attention in the paper industry

technology and equipment are constantly upgraded, and the industrial structure is further optimized.

in order to promote the technological progress, transformation, upgrading and development of China's pulp and paper industry, from 2007 to 2017, a number of key projects of the science and technology plan were carried out in terms of high-value utilization of plant fiber resources, energy conservation and emission reduction in the papermaking process, localization of equipment, functional application of paper materials, etc

in terms of technology and equipment, to improve the manufacturing capacity of papermaking equipment, speed up equipment automation, numerical control and intelligence, promote the integration of process technology research and development with papermaking and printing equipment manufacturing, and promote the transformation and upgrading of the papermaking industry through scientific and technological innovation

in recent years, in order to meet the demand of domestic economic development for paper and paperboard, the paper industry, through joint ventures and cooperation and the introduction of international advanced production equipment, has improved the level of self-supporting box technology and equipment with an overall technical depth of (2000 ± 100) mm and a height of (4000 ± 100) mm in the domestic paper industry

at present, about 70% of domestic papermaking production lines have reached the domestic or international advanced level. Almost all the key paper-making enterprises are equipped with large paper-making machines with the largest width and the highest speed in the world

in terms of energy conservation and emission reduction, the emission levels of the industry have basically reached the international advanced level, and the emission of industrial solid waste has been close to 0. The industry is developing towards information, data and intelligence

the paper industry will focus on sustainable development and promote the steady growth of consumption

in 2017, the apparent consumption of paper and paperboard in China was 108.97 million tons, an increase of 37.32% over 2008, accounting for 1/4 of the global consumption, with an average annual growth rate of 3.59% over the past 10 years; Pulp consumption was 100.51 million tons, an increase of 26.91 million tons over 73.6 million tons in 2008, with an average annual growth rate of 3.52% over the past 10 years; The consumption of paper products was 65.13 million tons, an increase of 35.14 million tons over the 29.99 million tons in 2008, with an average annual growth rate of 9.00%

the white paper points out that by the end of 2020, the total output of paper and paperboard in China will reach 115.55 million tons, and the annual per capita consumption will reach 81 kg. The output of paper and paperboard will increase at a low speed, the product structure will continue to be adjusted, and the growth of packaging paper and household paper will still be higher than that of other varieties

in the face of new opportunities and challenges, the paper industry will further improve the development quality and economic benefits to achieve sustainable development. Jujiaolin, pulp, paper and all kinds of talents in the upstream and downstream of the industrial chain jointly build a healthy industrial value chain, turn the green, low-carbon and recyclable development of the paper industry into industrial development advantages, and continue to create a green and sustainable industrial image

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