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From paper to more paper.

Recycling paper helps make sure we get the most out of every tree we use. And it helps keep paper from clogging up our landfills. Each time paper is recycled, the cellulose fibers get shorter, until eventually the paper won't hold together. That's why most "recycled" papers contain some new paper fibers mixed in with the old.

More information about paper and recycling, including a video about classroom papermaking:http://www.paperrecycles.org/school_recycling/index.html.

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      1. Adams Book Company

      2. 537 Sackett Street

    1. Brooklyn, NY 11217

      1. United States

        1. Tel: (718) 875-5464

        2. Fax: (718) 852-3212

      2. http://www.adamsbook.com

      3. BMI Educational Services

      4. PO Box 800

    2. Dayton, NJ 08810

    1. St. Louis, MO 63110

    1. Durham, NC 27701

    1. Williamsport, PA 17705

    1. Fayetteville, AR 72702

    1. Louisville, KY 40218

      1. United States

        1. Tel: (502) 458-8500

        2. Fax: (502) 458-5093

      2. Delaney Educational Enterprises, Inc.

      3. 1455 W. Morena Blvd.

    1. San Diego, CA 92110

      1. United States

        1. Tel: (800) 788-5557

        2. Fax: (800) 660-2199

      2. http://www.deebooks.com

      3. DiscountDictionaries.com

      4. 5917 Oak Ave. #359

    1. Temple City, CA 91780

    1. Houston, TX 77039

    1. Owosso, MI 48867

      1. United States

        1. Tel: (517) 723-5291 x120

        2. Fax: (517) 723-467

      2. http://www.emery-pratt.com

      3. Follett Educational Services, Inc.

      4. 1433 Internationale Parkway

    1. Woodridge, IL 60517

    1. Cleveland, OH 44105

      1. United States

        1. Tel: (216) 341-3000

        2. Fax: (216) 341-5151

      2. http://www.holcombs.com

      3. John R. Green School Supply Company

      4. 411 W. 6th Street

    1. Covington, KY 41011

    1. Clearfield, PA 16830

      1. United States

        1. Tel: (814) 765-6561

        2. Toll Free: 1-800-252-3811

        3. Fax: (814) 765-5332

      2. http://www.kurtzbros.com

      3. Lakeshore Learning

      4. 2695 E. Dominguez St.

    1. Carson, CA 90895

    1. San Jose, CA 95110

    1. La Verne, CA 91750

    1. Calhoun, KY 42327

      1. United States

        1. Tel: (502) 273-5050

        2. Fax: (270) 273-5844

      2. http://www.nimcoinc.com

      3. Oliver and Andy’s Book Co.

      4. 5832 Lincoln Drive #334

    1. Minneapolis, MN 55436

    1. Des Moines, IA 50322

    1. Jacksonville, IL 62650

    1. Tampa, FL 33610

    1. Lake Zurich, IL 60047

    1. Houston, TX 77018

    1. Irvine, CA 92618

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    1. Dallas, TX 75236

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