Paper recycling is the process of converting waste paper into new paper products. It offers a number of significant advantages: It prevents waste paper from entering people's homes and releasing methane as it decomposes. Because paper fibre includes carbon (which was absorbed by the tree from which it was made), recycling keeps the carbon locked up and out of the atmosphere for longer. In the United States, almost two-thirds of all paper products are now recovered and recycled, albeit not all of it is recycled into new paper. The fibres become too short to make new paper after repeated processing, which is why fresh fibre (from sustainably farmed trees) is frequently added to the pulp recipe.


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