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Where does The Paper come from?

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Where does The Paper come from?

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All the books you order from Solentro carry the Swan ecolabel. The Swan logo demonstrates that a product is a good environmental choice. The paper in our high quality books is made by Grycksbo Paper AB. This company is certified by ISO 14001 and ISO 9001, and is also registered by EMAS. Our printing partner Elanders is part of the program Climate Neutral Enterprise and they are the only Climate Neutral printer in Sweden. The enterprise aim to increase the awareness and knowledge about carbon dioxide discharge in the industry. All of the companies constituting Elanders Sweden are certified according to ISO 14001.

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I am thinking of an animal that makes paper. Do you know what animal that might be? I will give you a hint; it is small and flies about. Yes, it is the wasp that makes paper. The wasp is an insect, and though insects are very much attuned to the plant kingdom, scientists do consider them to be a part of the animal kingdom. We can often look under the eaves of the house or garage or a protected area and see the nests of the paper wasp. [This would be an opportune time to observe such a nest directly] These nests that are suspended from a single stalk and are formed into a collection of chambers that have a hexagonal shape reminding us of the honey bee are made entirely of paper. The wasp gathers bits of wood and plant fiber, chews it into a pulp by mixing the fibers with its saliva, and then shapes this material into the nest. It is a bit sticky and holds together quite well once it has become dry. If you held it in your hand you would see that it feels like a thin wrapping paper. It is

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