- Environmentally Friendly Materials
Photodegradable A5 Journal - Recycled Stone Paper
A5 sized journal made from stone paper. During production emits 60% less CO2 and uses 80% less electricity compared to traditional paper. No water is used and no chemicals and bleaches are added .
- 128 Pages | 168gsm | Feels incredibly smooth to draw on
- Pages do not buckle or warp
- Made to lay completely flat
- Built-in bookmark
- The paper is bleed-proof
- Smooth to Write on
This journal saves trees, water, and energy while being more sustainable and eco-friendly, infinitely smoother to draw on, and waterproof (long gone are the accidental spills)!
*Discounts are available at higher amounts
Material : 80% recycled stone paper + 18% recyable HDPE + 2% non-toxic coating
Etched Stone Paper is 80-90% crushed stone (calcium carbonate), 10-18% non-toxic, eco-friendly HDPE that is used to bind the stone particles, and is completed with a 2% non-toxic coating. This makes our stone paper acid free!
The end product is very similar to traditional wood-pulp paper, however, it’s waterproof, smoother, brighter, and more durable than traditional paper. Etched Stone Paper is ISO 14001:2004 certified, alongside ROHS, REACH, and FDA. Most importantly, our stone paper has the C2C environment certificate.
Stone paper is not only a great alternative, it is the best alternative (that we currently know of). It is made from limestone, an abundant construction waste. We crush the limestone into a powder (calcium carbonate) and add a binding material that holds it all together!
Here's why we love stone paper:
- Tree-free ?
- Eco-friendly & Sustainable ?
- No water used when producing the paper ?
- No bleaches or acids added ⛔
- 60% lower CO2 emissions ☁️
- Made from recycled materials ♻️
- Infinitely smoother to write on ✍️
During each order, you're able to choose one of the four charities in which we will donate to:
- Cancer | American Cancer Society
- Water | Charity: Water
- Environment | Global Footprint Network
- Protect Animals | Humane Society
Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
Life on Land
Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss
The collection and conversion process of waste materials into usable and new materials.
Protection of Environment
The responsibility to conserve natural resources and protect global ecosystems to support health and wellbeing, now and in the future.
Environmentally Friendly Materials
Products that promote green living or green manufacturing methods that lessen the amount or types of resources used.