Thank you for this question, as I had no idea such a thing was possible! Apparently students at a city engineering college in India came up with the idea. The elephant dung is converted to fibre, and then to pulp, and finally to paper. They claim 80 tons of paper can be produced from 350 tons of dung, an equivalent to 2000 trees. Considering that the world currently uses 300 million tons of paper a year, a total conversion to elephant dung is probably unrealistic, but it would certainly help.
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