Well, laminated paper cannot be sent to a recycling plant, however, it is likely to get reused much more than a plain piece of paper. I work with young children and frequently make posters for the classroom. I used to have to make them again and again, as they faded, were ripped by small fingers, and smeared with strange substances. Now, I laminate them, and they last years and can be wiped clean.
Do you think it’s possible animals can choke on it if it’s not disposed properly? I am just curious as to whether you think it’ possible. I didn’t know laminated paper couldn’t be recycled! Now I know not to put it in the recycle men to avoid a fine.
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