Monday, January 12, 2009

Un melior papiro

(Languages of this post: Interlingua, English)

SUA: Cata anno in le Statos Unite on utilisa 12 (dece duo) milliones de tonnas de papiro proveniente de pulpa de ligno pro le production de jornales.

Viste que le reservas de ligno deveni progressivemente plus parve, le attention del mundo jornalistic comencia a tornar se verso un specie de cannabe (hibiscus cannabis). Iste arbusto, cognoscite desde le antiquitate, pote attinger in solo tres menses un altura de cinque metros.

Secundo le quotidiano francese "Le Figaro", le papiro obtenite del fibra de iste planta es "plus forte, plus lisie, plus blanc e plus durabile" que papiro fabricate ex le pulpa de ligno. In plus "Illo non jalnesce."

Un avantage additional es que hibiscus cannabis pote producer usque novem vices plus de pulpa per hectar que le pinos. In despecto de iste avantages, se calcula que, in 1988, le fibra de cannabe solo representa 1% del mercato del papiro pro jornales.


USA: Each year in the United States uses 12,000,000 (twelve million tons) of paper made from wood pulp for the production of newspapers.

Since wood reserves are becoming progressively smaller, the attention of the journalistic world is starting to turn to a species of cannibus (hibiscus cannabis). This bush, known since antiquity, can attain in only three months a height of five meters.

According to the French daily "Le Figaro," the paper obtained from the fiber of this plant is "stronger, softer, whiter, and more durable" than paper made from wood pulp. Also, "It does not turn yellow."

An extra advantage is that hibiscus cannibus can produce up to nine times more pulp per hectare than pine trees. Despite these advantages, it is calculated that, in 1988, cannabis fiber represents only one percent of the newsprint market.

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