MANUFACTURING: Profits from Waste

A New York Times, a Rupert Hughes novel, We Live but Once, an old hatbox— these and other heterogeneous waste materials the Clifton (N. J.) Paper Board Co. converts into paperboard for corrugated shipping containers, folding cartons, shoe boxes. Last week, after a few trial runs, the company's newly modernized $2,000,000 factory was ready for full-blast operation. Clifton turned out 12,000 tons of paperboard in 1932; the plant is now good for 125,000 tons a year.

One of the biggest wastepaper converters in the East, Clifton is a family-owned business. The family is...

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