The new process of making packaging bottles from waste paper has been successfully developed by Kao Corporation of Japan. This technology can be used as a packaging container for bleach, shampoo, and the like.
The new process uses plastic molding methods to make bottles and caps. The main procedure is: first put the recycled waste paper into water for immersion; then use a beater to form pulp; pulp is injected into a metal mold and dried. That is, all kinds of bottles.
This type of bottle can be used to contain powdered solids. If the bottles are waterproofed and coated with a thin layer of plastic, they can hold liquid detergent.
The bottles produced by this process are beautiful and practical, can be mass-produced, and the cost is lower than that of commonly used plastic bottles. And, it can be recycled and it can be biodegraded after it is discarded.