The cellulose fiber that remains (sheep only digest half of the cellulose fibers eaten) is then reduced to a pulp suitable for making paper
Its division making paper
and cardboard boxes, which accounts for 62% of its operating profits, would come under pressure because it incurs three-quarters of all energy and fuel costs.
They learn to have fun inventing things, from making paper
hats to improvised soccer gear to creating a great Tyrannosaurus out of metal clothes hangers and soda cans and more.
The 7th-graders were making paper
airplanes when their principal for a day stopped by.
A forest geneticist working for a wood-products company might focus on genetic improvements to change the length of tree cells used for making paper
or the volume of wood in a saw log.
CREATIVE young bookworms are invited to have a go at making paper
to mark World Book Day.
Global consumption of wood fibre for making paper
could be cut by over half, according to a new study by the Worldwatch Institute.
Depositors exceeding the threshold would not be allowed to resume making paper
coupon deposits if they fall below the $200,000 threshold in a subsequent year.
The pullquote in a Boston Globe story about wastewater from a pulp and paper company said, "A Maine mill is the flashpoint in debate over the environmental cost of making paper
It's a relative of the cotton plant, and the fibers in kenaf are great for making paper
Establishments that make pulp without making paper
are classified as pulp mills.
FLYING TONIGHT'S RPGTV GUIDE WESTMEAD ROSSI can claim an incredible 13th consecutive Henlow 460m victory by claiming the scalp of 2015 RPGTV Derby champion Making Paper
in the 9.