Copyright all rights reserved-Bal Bharati Public School,PitamPuraDesigned and Developed by-Bal Bharati Public School,PitampuraBBPS"An idea that helps create something good out of nothing"Paper is required and used for anything and everything one can think of. With hundreds of final uses, paper satisfies many important human needs. In fact, it is an integral part of everyday life. The technological advance with computers and photocopiers has increased the consumption and wastage of paper. Indian consumption of paper is five kilograms per capita, with an expected growth rate of 6-7% per annum over the next five years.Recycling of paper not only saves trees and minimises pollution, but also reduces the waste problem by utilizing waste material like used paper, cotton rags and unwanted biomass. Benefits of paper recycling-• Waste reduction.• Paper accounts for a significant amount of municipal waste.• Recycling paper means less waste and disposal problem.• Energy conservation. 60-70% energy savings over virgin paper production• Resource conservation. Recycled paper uses 55% less water and helps preserve our forests• Pollution reduction. Recycled paper reduces water pollution by 35%, reduces air pollution by 74%, and liminates many toxic pollutant•Livelihood creation. Recycling of waste paper creates more jobsIf each child saves one sheet of paper a day, then 40,000 trees are saved per year by students alone! It is with this mission we have installed a paper recycling unit in the school where students recycle the waste paper like newspapers, old answer sheets, cloth. Using their own creativity they make their own cards, files, folders, invitation cards and certificates for the school.