It's a paper chain reaction
Your web orders and takeout pizza, it's all wrapped in the same raw material that makes up your paper notebook: wood pulp. Much like a baker can bake different kinds of bread, paper mills can make paper and cardboard qualities by mixing recycled and fresh wood fibres (thin, firm, supple, strong, etc.) Just look around you and feel the difference.
You may not be aware of it at first glance, but the fact that your recycled paper diary has such good writing quality is not a given. Simply put, you can't recycle paper and cardboard indefinitely.
Paper waste as raw material, paper love as fuel
At Redopapers we have a soft spot for paper. Waste paper, to be precise. That is why we only use surplus paper for our diaries, notebooks, planners, and other paper products. Not just any leftovers, by the way, but paper scraps from the highest shelf. Because to us, waste is not the end but a beginning.
Give (your) old banners new life and surprise that crazy gang of colleagues or business partners at the end of this year with a unique notebook.
We create it into beautiful sleeves that will last forever and provide it with your logo. We can't think of a more durable gift.