A staff member of the Yunnan Wild Animal Park in Kunming, southwest China's Yunnan Province on Friday showed visitors how to reuse panda poop. 10/20/2010; under Green Products, Innovation, Recycled Materials; by Yuka Yoneda. He hoped that the beloved animal could help him save the dying craft. Panda poop is the special ingredient in a new kind of paper being made in Qiliang village in Northwest China's Shaanxi province.
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For three years, Liu worked on realizing the idea and finally made it in 2017 after hundreds of experiments. Environment Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Recycling. Smooth Panda ist dein Shop für Bambus-Klopapier, Bambus-Taschentücher, -Küchenpapier und viele weitere nachhaltige Drogerieprodukte für dein grünes Zuhause.
/VCG Photo . Noting the abundant bamboo fiber in the poop of pandas, Liu came up with the idea to make paper with it. /VCG Photo. A woman presents tissue paper made from panda poo on Dec 18, 2017. A box of tissues will be sold for 43 yuan (£4.90; $6.50). Panda faeces and food debris are being recycled into toilet paper and napkins for a 'panda poo' product line Beijing (AFP) - When life gave one Chinese company giant panda poop… Panda Paper Set is Made From Poo! He said the material would be made into tissues, paper towels and toilet paper, and marketed under the Panda Poo brand. Copied. The history of papermaking in the village is thousands of years old. [Photo/VCG] The China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda in Sichuan province will provide the droppings and leftover food－mainly bamboo－of its pandas to a papermaking company to make toilet paper and other paper products. The traditional process needed to make the special paper, which is called han ma paper, requires 36 general procedures and 72 steps and takes about one month to go from materials to product. Innovation.
BEIJING: When life gave one Chinese company giant panda poop, it decided to make paper - and profits. Panda poop to be 'recycled' into paper  Share . A staff member of the Yunnan Wild Animal Park in Kunming, southwest China's Yunnan Province on Friday showed visitors how to reuse panda poop. The panda waste was collected from a nearby panda conservation center.