Most wrapping paper is technically recyclable, but it is often hard to find a place that will accept it. Wrapping paper has few good-quality fibers for recycling, often has non-paper additives like glitter or plastics, and is usually laminated or dyed. Not to mention the tape that remains stuck to it after it has been used.
There are more eco-friendly ways to wrap your presents than conventional wrapping paper. Reusable gift bags, colorful newspaper or magazine pages, old maps, and recycled wrapping paper are all good options. You can even buy biodegradable wrapping paper embedded with flower seeds from Real Goods.
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