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Most probably, recycled paper is the best known recycled material, as its collection dates as back as to 1950‘s. It is true that the major part of paper in use comes from recycling (even if it is not declared). Typical products of everyday use that employ recycled raw material include toilet paper, newspapers, chancery paper and various paper and cardboard boxes as well. In school children write in recycled copybooks and often work with recycled paper during their lessons of creative education. Less known applications of recycled paper comprise paper briquettes and building insulation elements. Additionally, so called moulded pulps used for producing, e.g., egg trays and cartons are made of recycled paper of very low quality.

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