1.01 Mixed paper and board, unsorted, but unusable materials removed – A mixture of various grades of paper and board, without restriction on short fibre content.
1.02 Mixed papers and boards (sorted) – A mixture of various qualities of paper and board, containing a maximum of 40% of newspapers and magazines.
1.03 Grey board – Printed and unprinted white lined and unlined grey board or mixed board, free from corrugated material.
1.04 Supermarket corrugated paper and board – Used paper and board packaging, containing a minimum of 70% of corrugated board, the
rest being solid board and wrapping papers.
1.05 Old corrugated containers – Used boxes and sheets of corrugated board of various qualities.
1.06 Unsold magazines – Unsold magazines, with or without glue.
1.07 Telephone books – New and used telephone books, with unlimited content of pages coloured in the mass, with and without glue. Shavings allowed.
1.08 Mixed newspapers and magazines 1 – A mixture of newspapers and magazines, containing a minimum of 50% of newspapers, with or without glue.
1.09 Mixed newspapers and magazines 2 – A mixture of newspapers and magazines, containing a minimum of 60% of newspapers, with or without glue.
1.10 Mixed magazines and newspapers – A mixture of newspapers and magazines, containing a minimum of 60% of magazines, with or without glue.
1.11 Sorted graphic paper for deinking – Sorted graphic paper from households, newspapers and magazines, each at a minimum of 40%. The percentage of non-deinkable paper and board should be reduced over time to a maximum level of 1.5%. The actual percentage is to be negotiated between buyer and seller.
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