Elephant dung is rich in fiber and is processed naturally in the elephant's digestive tract. As a result, a significant amount of fiber remains intact, making it ideal for making paper from elephant dung.

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Process of Ele poo paper

The process of making paper from elephant dung is slightly different from the process of making regular handmade paper. Create a muddy mixture using 30% steamed elephant dung, 70% paper pulp, and a little water. Press a handful of the mixture against the mesh frame to maintain its rectangular shape. And the paper is ready.

Ele poo paper of Rajasthan

Elephants produce up to 100 kg of manure per day. The average elephant eats dung 8-10 times a day. Elephants digest only about 45% of their food. The by-product is mainly fiber, which is a raw material for papermaking. One elephant dung can produce about 115 sheets of A4 paper per day. Elephant dung paper helps reduce deforestation and save native tree populations in nearby forests from destruction.

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A brand that makes products made out of Elephant poo derived paper. No, they don't smell of poo ;) What’s more ...it’s organic and safe to use!
A brand that makes products made out of Elephant poo derived paper. No, they don't smell of poo ;) What’s more ...it’s organic and safe to use!

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