Recycling Silicone Papers
Recycling silicone paper, also known as release liner or silicone-coated paper, can be a complex
process due to the presence of silicone coatings. Silicone paper is commonly used in applications
such as adhesive labels, tapes, and graphic films, where the silicone coating acts as a release agent.
The silicone-coated paper used for food contact applications contains small amounts of silicone
that make the paper resistant to oil, grease, and water. However, the silicone coating makes
recycling paper more challenging.
Recycling technology for silicone paper involves the following aspects:
Collection and Sorting
Treatment of Silicone Waste
Our company there are ongoing efforts to develop more efficient and sustainable recycling
technologies for silicone-coated paper reduce waste and promote circularity within this industry.
Our recycling technology focused on silicone paper recycling works on developing innovative
approaches and equipment to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the de-siliconization
process, as well as finding applications for the recovered paper fibers. Our collaboration among
stakeholders, including paper manufacturers, adhesive product manufacturers, and waste
management companies, is crucial to driving advancements in silicone paper recycling technology
and establishing a more sustainable approach to its disposal.