Here we are tracking Natural green materials. These are new products made from a plant or animal source. They are about to start there environmentally friendly journey and can be recycled.
Natural and recyclable paper from wood. Farmed trees are used for pulp. Totally renewable forests are grown for the paper industry in areas that are inhospitable to humans.
Natural and recyclable paper from cotton. Cotton papers contain no wood pulp, and are made from recycled cotton-and there is a great deal of that in circulation. Traditionally used in bank notes, it has a reputation for being tougher than paper made entirely from wood.
Natural and recyclable cotton. China and India supply the most cotton for the worlds. Although soft to the touch in garments when combined with recyled greyboard it produces a strong binder or folder.
Natural and recyclable leather. Leather made from 100% cow hides, a traditional and natural book folder and binder covering.
Natural and recyclable plywood. Made from 100% wood, bonded into thin layers and glued, all the wood comes from managed and fully sustainable forests.
Natural and recyclable hessian. Made into a textile like sack cloth from 100% jute.
Natural and recyclable twigs. Made 100% from the off-cuts of branches, difficult to be more natural!
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