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Lebanese schools spend a whopping $16 million on paper products every year, a new survey has found. Notebooks alone cost $9 million dollars: Each year students use almost 13 million notebooks totaling about 1 billion sheets of paper. For the survey, the AFDC looked at 24 schools across the country, both public and private. It found that paper represents 70 percent of all waste from Lebanese schoolsThe production of paper used in Lebanese schools alone creates 4,783 tons of carbon dioxide a year, the AFDC estimates.
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