By 2018, France is planning to learn how to handle up to 60% recycled paper. These results will be achieved in two ways: through the "rationalization" of the general system for the collection and sorting of raw materials, which will also reduce the cost of the recycling process, and through the creation of administrative-territorial units, which would independently regulate the processing of the field.
In France, where every year for use supplied 4.1 million tons of paper for recycling comes from a small percentage of the volume in comparison with other European countries. He is 47% against 75% in Germany and 69% in the UK. Perhaps this is because many do not believe the paper is hazardous waste. In many ways this is true, but the footprint of paper production is huge.
The initiators of this revision of paper recycling in the face of Ecofolio believe that the paper should not burn trash, and sort by type of raw material, to prepare for industrial processing and reuse, creating a fresh paper. This will help to give up logging of endangered tropical forests in Brazil and Indonesia. The main problem for Ecofolio now is to reach out to the industrialists who think carefully sorted by type of paper is too expensive and not cost-effective measure.