JC Horizon is a market leader in sourcing and selling various types of recycled material. We are buying recycled grade paper and transported to paper mills worldwide for reprocessing and production into new packaging, office paper, tissue, newsprint, and a multitude of other paper products.
Our CEO, Judy Lee has been in this industry for over 30 years and also be well known as pioneer in bringing US waste paper to the paper industry in China. The good reputation tells all. We are providing the best service on logistic and financial wise. To grow the business with our customer together is always our first priority of the business strategy.
The United States recovered 51.8 million tons of paper in 2008. Of this total, 57.4% of the paper was consumed in the U.S. (enough paper to fill more than 100 Empire State Buildings). 20.1million tons of recovered paper was exported in 2008, including 2.8 million tons of printed news, 6.3 million tons of corrugated cardboard, 7.2 million tons of mixed paper, 600,000 tons of hi-grade paper, 1.3 million tons of pulp subs, and 1.7 million tons of other forms of recovered paper.
Paper recycling presents significant environmental and energy benefits. Recycling 79 gallons of oil, 7,000 gallons of water, 4000 KWH of electricity (enough to power the average U.S. home for five months), and 3.3 cubic yards of landfill space. Using recycled materials vs. virgin requires on 60% of the energy.
*Paper recycling prevents more than 115 million metric tons of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere.*
Consists of corrugated containers having liners of eithertest liner or kraft.
Consists of unused, overrun newspapers printed on newsprint,containing not more than the normal percentage ofrotogravure and colored sections.
Consists of double-sorted corrugated containers, generated from supermarkets and/or industrial or commercialfacilities, having liners of test liner or kraft.
Consists of all paper and paperboard of various qualities notlimited to the type of fiber content, sorted and processed and recycling facility.
Consists of sorted newspapers from source separated collection programs, converters, drop-off centers and paper drives containing the normal percentages of roto gravure, colored and coated sections. May contain inserts that would normally be included in the newspaper in the proper proportions.