Recycle Office Paper

You guys might be wondering thus far on how to recycle papers. Well, at least that’s what I felt for quite some time. What really triggered me to look for and search on how to recycle papers is that i really hate seeing papers (used ones) lying on my desk, or down on the floor on my special container. I thought that there was supposed to be something to be done to deal with it. Besides, everybody now is talking about “Global Warming” and its horrendous effects, that’s why I also thought that there is possibly something to the smallest degree that I can do to help them who are endlessly in effort to encourage us to reduce whatever those are we’re doing that escalate¬†the global warming.

So, without further ado, here is how to recycle papers.

Before we get down to the bottom, these are the things we need to make it happen:

  1. Recycled paper (blank on one side)
  2. Thicker recycled material (postcards, envelopes, cardboard, etc.) for covers
  3. Twine, yarn, or other string

Other tools we’ll be using are:

  • Awl, drill, or drill press
  • Large sewing needle or bookbinding needle
  • Paper cutter, scissors, or utility knife
  • Cutting mat
  • Ruler
  1. Collect the office papers that still have blank parts on it, Either on the same side or the other side.
  2. Cut them into the size you want your book from these papers to be. This include the thicker recycled material that you want to use as the cover of you book.
  3. By using a big sewing needle or bookbinding needle, bind the papers together.

If you want to see the video of the making, click here

~ by Rod on February 4, 2008.

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