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Books vs Trees – What Do We Really Want?

Looking at a tree, you might have a difficult time visualizing how something so tall and strong could be turned into something as thin and weak as a sheet of paper. Different physical and chemical processes are involved to get the desired thickness of papers we use for our day to day activities.
Trees are very important to our ecosystem and environment as they beautify our surroundings, reduce pollution, lower energy costs, prevent erosion and increase the value of our lives and properties. One other very important use of trees is the production of paper. Worldwide, it is estimated that over 400 million metric tons of paper is produced annually.

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