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    The book is driven by much research into the process of recycling paper and the horrible effects the process has on the environment. The book is directed to designers; as designers, we are visual communicators, and we should be conscious of the process that goes into the material we use to communicate.   
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    A Guide to Sustainable Paper ends with the result that there is no way to be sustainable when using even recycled paper. The book does not supply answers; it raises questions, and in turn raises awareness. The book utilizes Mohawk's Loop Recycled Paper line, and I intend to send the book to them.   
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