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The Japanese are at it again in the bathroom. This time, we see a large machine that shreds recycled office paper, mixes it with water to make a pulp and then turns it into rolls of toilet paper.
This newfangled contraption is currently as large as a bathroom, but I can see a day when all kinds of paper and cardboard can be transformed right in the house to other uses.
But we’d better increase our use of organic, non-toxic inks because what goes around comes around. See the thing at work and read the whole story from Popular Science:
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