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Re: Printer's waste



suhag:  Our small town prints a weekly newspaper and the ends of the
rolls are available to anyone who wants to pick them up.  Quite a bit of
paper left on each roll so I would suggest finding a newspaper printer--
Elspeth

suhag shirodkar wrote:

> Hello all bookbinders:
>
> I had some obliging printers in my area who always
> gave me their waste sheets from bad jobs. I use them
> on my workbench for paste jobs. Now the printers are
> contracted with the recycling companies so they no
> longer want to give away their waste. And the
> recycling companies don't sell it. Any ideas for a
> low-cost or no-cost source of waste paper? I usually
> need large sheets at least 11*17 or more.
>
> A bookbinder friend of mine gets her sheets from a
> doctor's office - the paper on which they make you lie
> on the examining table!
>
> All ideas most appreciated,
>
> Suhag
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