Yes. Bamboo paper, hemp paper, bannana skin paper, flax paper, jute paper, kenaf paper, sugarcane paper, and corn husk paper, all called tree-free papers, are marketed as more environmentally sustainable than traditional woodfiber papers. Tree-free papers can often be made from the waste-products of already harvested crops like corn or flax. In addition, the long fibers of tree-free papers allow the paper to be recycled more times (up to ten times) than traditional paper (4-5 times).
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