No. I learned why from this short explanation that I read back in 2010. Paperclips, spiral bindings and the like are fine to toss in too.
Paper geek or not, it's an interesting read that will give you a visual of bales, chains, screens, and pulp for the next time you're speed sorting, asking yourself this very question.
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