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Yet acid hydrolysis of cellulosics is still used in the Soviet Union . In a recent report on the evaluation of substrates for the production of sugars from waste cellulose by enzymatic hydrolysis , availability and susceptibility of thirtyfive representative cellulosic wastes have been described. Assuming that we have a good cellulase enzyme and a saccharification technology, it is essential that the following aspects for a proper analysis of saccharification process be taken into consideration: (a) a positive margin between the total recovery of cellulosic wastes and the total demand for recycled pulp, and (b) administrative measures to ensure a stability in the price of waste pulp recovered for reuse.