Eco Friendly Paper
Did you know about Eco Friendly Paper?
- 40% of the commercially cut timber is used for the production of paper?
- Recycled paper causes as much damage as regular paper.
- That the life cycle of paper is harmful from the beginning to the end.
- That prior to 1790 all paper was made from cotton rags and plant fiber
- There is very less difference of harmful effects between plastic and paper from a tree.
It is the very answers to these questions that got me interested in this line of tree-free paper making. When the idea of Bluecat paper was conceived, it was most appealing that we were not cutting down trees to make our beautiful paper.
Bluecat paper is a product of sleepless nights, feeling around in the dark moments, agonizing helplessness and a sum total of several hands-on pursuits.
As a result, at Bluecat paper, we accumulate and collect all secondary and residual waste such as waste cotton hosiery from textile industries, coffee husk, mulberry, corn husk, lemongrass among other fibres, cook it, pulp it, beat it and lovingly form it into sheets.
The water is recycled back into production, saving over 35,000 litres of water a day.
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