Yes. Fibers found in papers can survive the recycling process only five to seven times, according to the EPA. With each step of the recycling process, the paper fibers become shorter, coarser, and stiffer so recycled fiber will eventually need to be mixed with virgin fiber to make the desired quality of paper.
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