Fibre Morphology is a vital scientific tool when looking at the recycling properties of various materials.
Although the performance of paper and cardboard is a vital element in the process, the pulping capabilities also need to be carefully monitored. Modern businesses have a legal and ethical obligation to produce products that are easy to recycle, and a thorough analysis of the Fibre Morphology allows CELABOR to provide clear labelling on their packaging products. If the fibres are strong enough to perform well in a number of situations, the packaging has the capability to be reused many times. On the other hand, a single-use piece of packaging can be designed for fast and easy recycling.