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May 31, 1944: 75 tons of waste paper in Lodi

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Posted: Friday, May 30, 2014 12:00 pm

New York, May 30 (Special). The Department of Commerce has just released results of an inventory survey of waste paper lying idle in basements and attics in American households and farms. This study indicated that in April there were 850,000 tons of waste paper uncollected in this country.

Figures indicate that there are 150,102 pounds in Lodi household based on the average of 46.1 pounds per family. The average household has 17.6 pounds of newspapers, 20.5 pounds of magazines, 5.2 pounds of brown craft and 2.8 pounds of waste basket paper on hand.

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