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Camino, you are correct. only way this sustainable (ecologically & $wise) is if it is waste paper. if you don't live near wooded areas , however, this option is possibly better for the environment because you do not run the risk of transferring woodborne disease (tree diseases / parasites, not people ones). folks transporting felled wood across distances has proved a real problem in NC--it spreads disease-- and the NC forestry service asks folks to not do it. the other benefit of paper bricks is that it is light, compared to wood; also -- great solution for wet car camping less weight, lighter, won't spread tree disease. I like the idea, BUT not from new paper stock
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