Why are legislators now insisting on paper bleached with chlorine-free processes and how will it impact recyclability?
Why are more and more major paper makers studying the use of tree-free fibers like kenaf, bamboo and hemp?
How will ecolabelling schemes across the ocean impact the paper you buy in America?
Why doesn't the federal government follow its own rules for buying recycled paper?
Does recycled paper cause paper jams in copying machine and laser printers?
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