Sustainable paper

In a world where paper use has increased by 400% in the past 40 years and paper production is greater than 300 million metric tons per year, destruction of trees and natural habitats is at its peak. This means it is time for humans to demand fewer resources from the environment, but also for us to convert to more sustainable paper alternatives.

Tree-free papers:

  • Bagasse, also known as sugarcane waste – the fibrous residue remaining after pulp and sugar is separated
  • Cow and Elephant manure – the supply of this raw material is substantial, and as the animal chews plants during consumption, there are less steps needed to grind it once it is released from the animal’s body


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