What qualifies “eco-friendly” when it comes to eco-friendly paper?
Eco-friendly paper is exactly as the name implies: A greener version of traditional paper or mill made paper, with a zero-carbon footprint and an overall environmental impact.
There are numerous eco-friendly papers. Amongst those, upcycled paper and recycled paper are the most sustainable paper.
Bluecat Paper’s Sustainable Approach
Bluecat Paper uses secondary agro-waste to make sustainable tree-free paper. Most of the raw materials we use are those that contain over 60% cellulose and can be made into paper. This creates the highest quality pulp and has characteristics that make it ideal for sustainability.
Our raw materials are discarded waste from the textile industry and agricultural residue after the crop is harvested. The raw materials that we use in the papermaking process are cotton rags, linen rags, coffee husk, banana fiber, mulberry, corn husk, elephant poo, bagasse, vetiver grass, ragi, tea waste, and flax fiber.
Bluecat paper is a product of sleepless nights, feeling around in the dark moments, agonising helplessness and a sum total of several hands-on pursuits.
During the manufacturing process, no chemical added or water wasted nor a single tree felled, which maintains the sustainability quotient at the Bluecat Paper manufacturing plant. We encourage farmers and factories to manage their waste. We employ local communities, which gives back to the local economy and supports their financial stability.
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Sustainability is important. We have no planet B and therefore we have to use our resources wisely. With the right eco-friendly practices, we can create a better paper for a better world.
Bluecat Paper creates well thought out products with a keen eye for design,
Our ethos celebrates zero waste which means that all paper after creating products is recycled back into the paper used for packaging etc.
The products include gift wrap, books, stationery, lights etc.