That would all depend on how often you use chopsticks. The best way to figure out problems such as this is to do your own research. Buy a pair of reusable chopsticks and then every time you need to use chopsticks make a tally. After a week count how many times you have used your reusable chopsticks. Do the same thing again after a month. Then again after a year and this will give you an idea of how many pairs of chopsticks you have saved by always using your reusable ones. I bet it’s much more than you might have guessed originally! Then you can multiply this answer by the number of people in your neighborhood who may roughly use the same number. Give it a try. See what you learn!
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