The process of making paper from wood fiber consumes a lot of energy and resources, which is partly why reducing paper consumption and recycling what is used is so important. Paper mills consume huge amounts of water, which is why they are usually located next to rivers. The majority of the water used in a paper mill goes to washing paper pulp before it is turned into the final product. Fortunately, we can greatly reduce the amount of water and other resources consumed in paper mills by recycling more; paper is still makes up more of the trash thrown into landfills than any other product, and most of that paper could be recycled.
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