Definition: Most waste paper is collected by households or small businesses. It is used to make recycled paper and other products such as cardboard.

Recycling: Sorting, paper mills

What we accept

We distinguish between five paper quality grades:

  • Collected paper: Mixed paper destined for sorting, received as Grade I and Grade II (proportion of deinking paper relevant)
  • D39 sorted graphic paper for deinking (1.11): Newspapers, brochures and catalogues
  • B19 supermarket corrugated paper and board (1.04): Board packaging (mainly brown)
  • B12 mixed paper (1.02): Mixed paper not containing household waste
  • 3.10 printworks waste: Waste paper from printworks (mostly unprinted)

What stays out

  • Plastics
  • Tar coating
  • Carbon paper
  • Residual waste
  • All forms of coated paper

Contact Persons

Reinhard Pierer

Reinhard Pierer

Stoffstrommanager Wertstoffe und Aktenvernichtung, Vertriebsleiter Vlbg.