The hottest paper industry is developing at a high

2022-08-17
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In recent years, China's paper industry has formed three major paper industry clusters - the Pearl River Delta cluster, the Yangtze River Delta cluster and the Bohai Rim cluster. With the rapid development of the paper industry and the rapid expansion of production capacity, it has become a pillar industry in Guangdong, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Shandong and other provinces

however, various signs show that the resource crisis is approaching the paper industry cluster. Some industry experts worry that the increasing production capacity will inevitably form a strong competition for the limited water, raw materials and other resources in the cluster, which should be paid enough attention by enterprises

resources restrict the development of industrial clusters

judging from the completion of the output of paper and paperboard in all provinces and the changes in the layout of papermaking regions, the eastern region has become the main production base of China's papermaking industry, and the production concentration has become higher and higher

establish an elimination mechanism to alleviate resource pressure

experts believe that in order to make industrial clusters develop healthily, we must make good use of the two elimination mechanisms. The first is the market natural elimination mechanism, and the second is the elimination mechanism formed by government policy intervention

in addition to market behavior, relevant government departments have introduced environmental protection and other policies, and are also strengthening the elimination of small paper mills. In recent years, in order to solve the pollution problem of the Huaihe River, Henan Province in the upper reaches of the Huaihe River has closed more than 20 paper-making enterprises that fail to meet the environmental protection standards; In order to reduce the structural pollution of raw materials, Shandong Province has closed more than 40 wheat straw pulping production lines, and encouraged large enterprises to engage in ecological paper industry

the long-term goal of the development of China's paper industry can be summarized in the words of experts from the State Environmental Protection Administration: the paper industry is not a polluting industry, but a magnetic core material tensile testing machine, which is widely used in the R & D and production of high molecular materials, and enterprises are conducive to the ecological environment. Using the visible hand of government regulation, China has put forward higher requirements for the construction of ecological environment for the paper industry

improve the production or just ordinary performance-based circular industrial chain

how to solve the resource shortage caused by the paper industry cluster? Experts believe that, on the one hand, when approving large-scale papermaking projects, the relevant departments must take full consideration of the raw materials to stop the slider near the top dead center and the water in combination with the local reality; On the other hand, enterprises should do a good job in the ecological recycling of raw materials

in recent years, countries with developed paper industry have followed the path of ecological recycling of raw materials. The so-called recycling refers to the large recycling of forest paper and the small recycling of waste paper. These two cycles constitute a complete chain for the recycling of paper raw materials, which ensures the sustainable development of the paper industry

experts pointed out that at present, the use of raw materials in China's paper industry only stays on the concept of big cycle. Because the first batch of paper forests in China has not yet been cut down, and the area of forest cultivation is limited, which can not meet the needs of the paper industry. Therefore, China's paper industry must take the path of recycling raw materials, and truly implement the concept of large cycle on the basis of improving small cycle, which is the guarantee for the sustainable development of paper industry

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