REimagine Paper - June 2018

June 15, 2018

How is Envopap Green?


Envopap has become the need of the hour. The brand helps you save upon the world’s forests and green reserves by reclaiming byproducts and waste products like bagasse, wheat straw and wild grass. It has helped turnover more than 6 million trees in only two years, and it continues to go green. While the production of conventional paper requires virgin fibre to obtain which trees are felled, the high-quality Envopap paper is produced out of reclaimed waste products.


 While the production of recyclable paper requires several rounds of energy to convert it into pulp and after a point, wood chips to refresh the pulp, Envopap only needs leftover harvest stalks and fallen wheat and sugarcane husk. Envopap is biodegradable and compostable, unlike most paper which makes it a great alternative to a paper which is disposed of in landfills. All in all, the production, processing, distribution and consumption of Envopap is green which makes it an excellent pick for people who want to meet their paper needs without letting go of their mission to save, preserve and sustain planet earth for generations to come.


How does Envopap work?


Typically, in the paper industry, a lot of waste is generated every day in the procurement, manufacture, and consumption and distribution process of paper. Virgin wood fibres are extracted from trees and then converted into paper. Other alternatives such as recycled paper are either inferior in quality, or they generate dust when used. Envopap is superior quality paper, the production process of which is carefully monitored to ensure that minimal harm is being caused to the environment.


Envopap does not require virgin tree fibres. Through a fascinating process, we convert the waste material we gather from different existing farming processes e-g sugarcane husk and wheat straw into pulp. This pulp is then used for the production of paper using power-efficient technology. The waste materials which serve as our input would have been otherwise burnt by farmers to clear the land, and that would have contributed to the pollution levels. We also use the discarded stems and stalks in our processes so not only does Envopap take on deforestation; it also brings down air pollution levels



Benefits of Envopap


The production process of Envopap is considerably energy efficient as well because less fuel and effort are required in the conversion of stalks into pulp than obtaining virgin tree fibre. The paper can be recycled or composted. It also biodegrades more quickly than regular paper. The reclamation of sugarcane stalks is a smart way of obtaining something useful out of waste products. With Sugarcane Wood paper, you use 80% of wood, saving more than 60,000 acres of forest land.


Who can use Envopap?


Envopap has several varieties available to suit your needs. This range includes Copy Paper which can be used to meet all your office needs and Envopap Offset paper which is specially produced to meet high-end commercial needs, publishing, office stationary and other needs. Envopap is versatile in that it can be used in offices, but it also has an application in various industries including agriculture, building, business, communication, education etc.


Envopap is an excellent alternative to a regular paper which wrecks destruction on the environment by using up energy and inducing a need for the felling of trees and recycled paper which requires several energy-intensive processes and still yields average results. Envopap on the other hand, reclaims waste material, is energy efficient, more versatile and exceptionally environmentally friendly. This means 50% less waste and 100% quality. You can save a tree and meet your office needs all at once by ordering five boxes of A-4 size paper. There is no need to make a tradeoff which will jeopardize your future as well as that of the future generations.



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