Social Print Paper based in New Westminster, BC, Canada, is offering a range of ‘tree-free’ AgriPapers based on agricultural residues such as wheat straw or sugar cane (bagasse) residues. In a recent tie-up with a paper company based in North India, Social Print Paper is producing a Wheat Sheet office paper containing 60% wheat straw residue from a wheat farming process, 35% recycled FSC Certified wood fibre from the plywood industry and 5% FSC Certified plantation fibre.
Social Print paper aims to match the quality and cost of traditional office papers.
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