Well, you can’t really know. It just depends on how thick you want the paper to be and how big and long the tree is.
Different types of trees produce different amounts and qualities of pulp. Unfortunately it is the cheapest paper, the kind you get the most per tree from that requires the most processing before it becomes paper. Bleaching and other processes use toxic chemicals that are often pollution from paper mills.
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