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Paper is manufactured by using, pulps of tree bark. One tonne of paper is formed from 7 mature trees. We should save paper to protect our trees, because paper can be recycled to make new paper.
We  can save paper in a number of ways :
i. Writing on both side of the paper.
ii. Newspapers, old books, notebooks and other papers should be collected and sold to kabadiwala, so that he can further supply it for recycling.
iii. Using the old notebooks for rough work.
iv. Using paper efficiently. 

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Paper is manufactured by using, pulps of tree bark. One tonne of paper is formed from 7 mature trees. We should save paper to protect our trees, because paper can be recycled to make new paper.
We  can save paper in a number of ways :
i. Writing on both side of the paper.
ii. Newspapers, old books, notebooks and other papers should be collected and sold to kabadiwala, so that he can further supply it for recycling.
iii. Using the old notebooks for rough work.
iv. Using paper efficiently. 

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Paper is manufactured by using, pulps of tree bark. One tonne of paper is formed from 7 mature trees. We should save paper to protect our trees, because paper can be recycled to make new paper.
We  can save paper in a number of ways :
i. Writing on both side of the paper.
ii. Newspapers, old books, notebooks and other papers should be collected and sold to kabadiwala, so that he can further supply it for recycling.
iii. Using the old notebooks for rough work.
iv. Using paper efficiently. 

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