The diagram explains how old newspapers can be recycled and reused at home.
Firstly, you should tear some old newspapers and place the pieces into a bowl. Then, add 250 ml of water and leave the paper to soak for an hour. Next, using an electric mixer beat the mixture for about 45 seconds until it forms a pulp. When it is ready, pour the pulp into a shallow tray and add a further 100 ml of water. Mix it together by hand. Then use a piece of mesh to carefully place the pulp mixture inside. Lift the pulp mixture out of the tray allowing the water to drain. Next, open up an old newspaper and put the pulp mixture inside. Then, using a rolling pin, press the paper down and force out any excess water. Finally, leave your new paper to dry in a warm place for at least 24 hours.
It takes a little over a day to complete the process of recycling paper at home using water and an old newspaper. All that is required in this simple procedure is a mixer, mesh and a rolling pin.
Question taken from The Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS for Academic and General Training p.106