Paper is a commodity of thin material
produced by the amalgamation of fibers,
typically vegetable fibers composed of
cellulose, which are subsequently held together
by hydrogen bonding.
Formed from wood pulp or plant fiber, paper is
chiefly used for written communication.
Paper, whether produced in the modern factory or
by the most careful, delicate hand methods, is
made up of connected fibers.
half of the fiber used for paper today comes from wood that has
been purposely harvested. The remaining material comes from wood
fiber from sawmills, recycled newspaper, some vegetable matter,
and recycled cloth.
production process include: Wood pulping, Bleaching, Paper
Papermaking consists of preparation, forming, pressing and
drying; preparation and drying are the most energy intensive
- India is
also becoming an important player in global trade. During the
1994-2003 period, Indian exports grew on average by 12.8%
widening consumption-production gap implies the paper and
paperboard market in India will remain characterized by its
increased reliance on imports for the foreseeable future.
production in the pulp, paper and publishing sector is expected
to increase by 77% from 1995 to 2020.
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