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  Longchen P&P and the Paper Association as well as experts and scholars in related fields have jointly compiled information. With the information, we calculated that 1 kg carton made by recycled waste paper generates approx. 0.8 kg carbon emission while the ones made by primary wood pulp generates 6.1 kg; hence, the use of recycled waste paper as raw materials can reduce 5.3 kg carbon emission than the use of primary wood pulp when making cartons.  
       
  Longchen P&P uses recycled waste paper as its raw material to provide low carbon papermaking services for the public, contributing to recycling paper resources and reducing tree felling.  
       
     
     
       
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In 2020, it had 2.99 million tons of low carbon papermaking output and reduced carbon emissions by 15.5 million tons for the Earth, which is equivalent to 47 million trees saved from deforestation.
In 2025, it is expected that the production volume would reach 4.2 million tons and reduce carbon emissions by 22 million tons for the Earth, which is equivalent to 66 million trees saved from deforestation.