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PAPER RECYCLING: FACTORS OF INFLUENCE

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UDC 677.00   DOI: https://doi.org/10.31617/tr.knute.2020(33)01
Velichka MARINOVA
 
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  Assistant Professor, Department of Commodity Science,
University of Economics - Varna
77 Knyaz Boris I Blvd., Varna 9002, Bulgaria
     
Temenuga STOYKOVA

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  Associate Professor, PhD, Department of CommodityScinece,
University of Economics - Varna
77 Knyaz Boris I Blvd., Varna 9002, Bulgaria

 

PAPER RECYCLING: FACTORS OF INFLUENCE

In an environment of climate change economy, paper recycling is an example of sustainable production in the context of policies adopted and the solutions sought in this area. This raises the current question of the factors that determine and influence the process and our interest in research. The following groups of factors have been identified and systematized in the study: environmental; operational and economic; legal and regulatory. The impact they have on the recycling of waste paper (WP) has been identified in order to facilitate and improve the quality of the products obtained.
Keywords: recycling, waste paper, factors.

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