Recycling of Paper


Recycling paper involves turning used paper into new paper goods. It provides a number of important benefits, including: As waste paper decomposes, it is prevented from entering people's homes and emitting methane. Recycling keeps the carbon locked up and out of the environment for a longer period of time since paper fibre contains carbon (which was absorbed by the tree from which it was manufactured). Even while not all of it is recycled into new paper, about two thirds of all paper products in the US are now recovered and recycled. After repeated processing, the fibres grow too short to produce new paper, which is why fresh fibre (from sustainably farmed trees) is routinely added to the pulp recipe.

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