This novel joss paper consists of recycled inorganic filler and burning aids, burns 40% faster, releases much less smoke and 20% less heat energy. It is a more environmental-friendly solution for sustaining traditional Chinese Festival activities, amid causing less deterioration to burning furnaces. It can be applied to all paper products that are intended to be incinerated, reducing carbon emission.
The traditonal joss paper burning in Chinese ritual activities causes thick smoke and air pollution. It requires cutting down trees to produce joss paper, which is not environmental-friendly.
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