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Recycled paper OK in publisher's book

May 21, 2006

NEW YORK (AP) - Publisher Random House is planning to increase by tenfold the amount of recycled paper it uses in books printed in the United States.

The company said that by 2010, about 30 percent of the uncoated paper used in most of its U.S. titles will be made from recycled fibers, up from less than 3 percent now.

The publisher said it also will use more recycled material in its glossy cookbooks and coffee-table books.

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