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 How many trees does it take to make a textbook?

Answer It takes less than one tree to make an average 715-page textbook. That's according to CaféScribe.com, a provider of electronic textbooks, which did a study on textbooks and their use of paper. The... Read More »
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How many trees does it take to make a piece of paper?

It takes about 24 trees to produce a ton of copier paper. If a typical 1-ton pallet contains 40 cartons, and one carton (or 10 reams) uses .6 trees (6 percent of a tree), a single tree makes 16.67 ... Read More »
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How many trees does it take to make 1 million $1 bills?

There are no wood fibers in U.S. currency. The paper is composed of a unique blend cotton and linen. Small blue and red fibers are also mixed into the paper to make counterfeiting more difficult.So... Read More »
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How many trees does it take to make a Sunday paper?

Estimates vary, but it takes approximately 12 mature trees to make one ton of newsprint. That's about 2,700 average-sized newspapers per tree. According to Conservatree, 12 trees are saved for ever... Read More »
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How many birch trees does it take to build a canoe?

One tall, straight, canoe birch (Betula papyrifera) tree should provide enough bark for a birch bark canoe. The tree is harvested in the late spring, and the canoe may be constructed shortly therea... Read More »
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