People use those as decorative wallpaper for architect offices, home offices, cover tiles with them and set the tiles in and seal them. I could go on FOREVER. they cover suitcases with them and resell them, lampshades, use as a paper mache covering for things, I've seen them used to cover a whole huge loft concrete floor and then sealed and it looks awesome. There's an art community in your town/city that would use these is all sorts of ways. As far as recycling for money as paper, it would be a shame for these to end up as trash. Call the university art departments near you or decorating stores. Or high school art departments and put add in Craigslist for sale as art material or something like that. You have treasures there.