Nature’s Paper based in Australia is creating copy paper made not from wood, but from leftover wheat straw.
When wheat is harvested, it’s typically just the grain that gets used for products such as flour and cereal. Left behind, however, are waste hull and wheat straw, which typically gets left in the fields to decompose. That’s where Nature’s Paper comes in. The company collects the leftover wheat straw and converts it into a paper pulp.
The paper is eco friendly from production down to the re-waste packaging it comes in. Quality and pricing is comparable to traditional copy paper, and you can score some from US based online retailer Enviro Green.
What a fantastic way to reuse a product that normally just goes to complete waste.