everywhere is wood pulp. era of tree is coming...
One of the best products ever made from pulp is a product known as "Smart Siding" by Boise- Cascade. 4x8 sheets with a wood texture top side and OSB(Oriented Strand Board) on the back side. Has "sheer strength" so can be used without additional Plywood beneath. Reasonable price of about $35 per sheet. Excellent for backyard shops. Of course MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) has come a long way and is a much better product than it was even a few short years ago. Just don't let water get anywhere near it. Smart Siding will stand up to the elements, especially if primed and painted. I prime the backside and nothing can touch it. Done that way it can last a lifetime. Lowel
Up here they "clear-cut", but replant. So every 25 years they do it again.
Forget the wood pulp, recycle the filler in disposable diapers (applies to adult diapers also) for anchoring fins, plugs, etc. That goes back almost to when the original post was made here, but it was about using new diapers then.
Nah, I'm not recycling dirty diapers. No thanks.