Pollak pointed to several factors causing the reduction in the availability of recycled paper, chief among which was the greater use of mixing paper and glass and other products in the recycling process.
Yet, the negative environmental impact of print books really stems from the rate at which one reads their print books. In addition, the goal to improve the cultural qualities of everyone will further stimulate this demand.
Manufacture of Print Books. Of these, 48, were doctoral students andmaster candidates. Either way, the biggest hurdle is cost and with increasing demand and a lack of corresponding infrastructure development, costs could rise.
BIEC is not working with publishers on the effort since Pollak noted that many houses already have their own projects to cut down on book returns.
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The establishment of targets, Pollak explained, is an important factor in making publishers implement policies that will increase their use of recycled paper, as well as to introduce other green programs. Therefore, there is still a potential for growth in the demand for high-school educational books.