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Banana Paper Reduction: Earth University : Dr. Panfilo Tabora
|EARTH University of Costa Rica is a private, non-profit international
institution dedicated to education, research and sustainable
commercialization activities centered around agricultural sciences and
the rational management of natural resources.
Their commercial banana farm is a major supplier to U.S. based Whole Foods and the agricultural waste from banana production is combined with recycled paper products to manufacture new paper for commercial purposes. The final banana paper product is aimed at such niche markets as printing presses, high-end notebooks, journals and corporate stationary.
full article: http://www.costaricafrog.com/2010/01/...
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