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 How many trees does it take to make a piece of paper?

Answer 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 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 trees does it take to make a textbook?

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 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 are used to make a ream of paper?

The number of trees used to make a ream of paper varies by the type of paper being made, the paper making process and the type of tree being used. On average, one ream (500 sheets) of copy paper us... Read More »
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