Definition of deink in English:

deink

Line breaks: de¦ink
Pronunciation: /diːˈɪŋk/

verb

[with object]
Remove ink from (paper being recycled).
More example sentences
  • In the future newsprint will be deinked, and reused several times until the level of fiber drops to an unusable level.
  • To deink these higher grades of paper, a new generation of deinking mills has recently begun operation in the US and Canada.
  • Demand-side policy induced new newsprint deinking entries, allowed mills to acquire larger market shares of ONP, and led to greater input price distortion levels.

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