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Material, usually derived from wood and produced into thin sheets. Sustainability of using paper: possible recycling methods or ways to minimize paper waste.

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Some people make briquettes from paper to burn them in their oven for heating, see for example here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ki8OsYh0ksA This is quite tediuos work. Also, the exhaust fumes … and the remaining ashes are toxic, since paper consists up to 30% of filler, like calcium carbonate, cement and other. Therefore, in germany it is forbidden to burn paper briquettes in home fireplaces, since these don't have a special filtering of the exhaust fumes and a proper disposal of the ashes. …
answered Jul 25 '14 by Rainer Glüge