Day 11 - Karst Stone Paper
For the 11th Ethical Day of Christmas this 2020, we are giving away an Artist Set that contains Woodless Artist Pencils, Woodless Graphite Pencils, and Stone Paper Sketchpad from @karst.stonepaper and a memobottle of your choice. Simply follow both @karst.stonepaper and @memobottle on Instagram and tag a friend to enter. The winner will be announced on the 3rd week of December.
With the lingering question “Why is paper made out of trees?”, Karst was brought to life. A promising innovation that’s 100% sustainable, this paper is made out of recycled stone - no acids, water, or trees involved.
It’s better than wood-pulp paper because it’s more durable, water- and smudge-proof, and incredibly smoother to write, scribble, doodle, or draw on.
Because the main material used in making stone paper is calcium carbonate, a repurposed construction waste, Karst’s carbon footprint and emissions are 67% less than a typical paper manufacturer. Every ton of stone paper made is equivalent to 18 timber trees saved, allowing them to grow further and protect our natural environment. Karst also uses solar energy in paper production and carbon neutral delivery services around Australia, where it all started.
Like us, Karst is also a Certified B Corporation that measures a company’s entire social and environmental performance to meet high-quality standards. They also partnered with One Tree Planted Foundation that allows them to help plant trees all over the world through connecting with environmental non-profit organizations. Their stone paper also has a C2C Cradle to Cradle Silver Certification, a seal of approval that the product is 100% recyclable.
Get your creativity and productivity flowing with a paper like no other from Karst. Drop by on their socials and get to know them a little better.