The chart shows how waste paper is recycled. It is clear that there are six distinct stages in this process, from the initial collection of waste paper to the stage that is ready for making paper.
Initially, in the first stage of the process, used papers with the help of a conveyor belt are placed in a container with a mixture of water and chemicals to convert them into pulp which then goes to debris screen to remove dirt.
Once the pulp has been filtered, it is cleaned in a container containing a mixture of water and soap. Next, the cleaned pulp is transferred to flotation cell which helps get rid of ink left on papers. After that, a piece of equipment called refiner helps beat the pulp so that it becomes smooth before the bleach stage with the purpose of making the pulp white with the assisstance of chemical process. Finally, it is ready for the next stage to become new fresh paper.