A massive, grid-to-grid transfer of paper from the United States to the Netherlands is underway.
The paper was shipped in February, with some 200,000 sheets of paper.
The transfer will make it possible for Dutch students to start working at the same paper mill, and for scientists to get their hands on paper that has been turned into books.
It also could reduce the environmental impact of paper mills and make the paper more environmentally friendly.
The Netherlands’ Paper Mills Association said that about 4,000 tons of paper was turned into 3,500 tons of plastic in 2016.
Paper mills have become increasingly more common in the past decade, with the majority of them coming from China, India, and the United Kingdom.
The Paper Mills are mostly used for paper that is used for manufacturing plastic bottles, toilet paper, food packaging, and food packaging paper.
But the new transfer, which could take about a year, could be used to turn paper from plastic into paper.
This new paper could then be recycled and reused for other purposes, such as textiles and other materials.
In an interview with Reuters, the paper industry association said that the transfer was being financed by the government, and that the paper mill would be owned by the Netherlands.
“This transfer will enable Dutch students and researchers to get started on their research and academic careers,” the Paper Mills said.
The company that manufactures the paper has not yet decided what the paper will look like, but the transfer is expected to happen later this year.
The Dutch government will receive more than 100,000 pounds of paper per month, or roughly $2.8 million, according to the Associated Press.
A similar transfer of plastic from China to Japan was completed last year.
In June, the World Bank said that China’s government had committed to spend $2 billion over the next three years to support the paper trade between China and Japan.
The World Bank says that the new paper transfer could help China increase its export competitiveness by boosting its exports to other countries.
The new paper will be shipped from the Netherlands, where it will arrive at the paper mills that are part of the new project.
The amount of paper being sent to the United Nations in New York, where the transfer will take place, will be less than 100 million sheets.
The number of sheets being sent will be between 400 and 600, depending on the weight of the paper.
For the transfer, the Netherlands will transfer 5,000,000 paper sheets and 5,500,000 plastic sheets, according the Dutch Paper Mills’ statement.