Consider these alternative agricultural residues:
wheat, barley, oat, rye, and rice straws or sugarcane bagasse; non-cereal straws such as red fescue or rye grasses; bamboo; cotton; flax; hemp; hesperaloe; and kenaf.
One alternative way to make paper is to use elephant dung. On average an elephant will eat about 200 to 250 kilograms of food a day, where the elephant produces about 50 kg of dung, which is mostly undigested fiber. The 50 kg of dung the elephants produces per day can be used to make about 115 sheets of paper. If you are interested in learning more about elephant dung paper or wish to purchase some visit the citation below.
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