CaneFields Eco-Friendly Paper Products Help to Preserve Forests

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Jun 21, 2010   Updated: Jun 22 2011 • References: greenpages.indoff & canefieldsusa
Sugar cane waste fiber, or 'bagasse,' is used to make CaneFields eco-friendly paper products. The use of waste keeps it from the landfill. CaneFields' carbon neutral paper products also use renewable energy to further reduce their carbon footprint.

By using agro-waste, CaneFields eco-friendly paper products are part of sustainable development, social responsibility and natural preservation. Sugarcane paper helps to preserve forests because no tree pulp is used.

Implications - The paper is of high quality and has a friendly pricetag. Along with bagasse, the CaneFields products are also made with plantation fiber; which is eucalyptus. The eucalyptus trees are grown and planted around the mill, so no unnecessary deforestation occurs. The paper comes in a nice big package, so you could even use it to print and fax things at work. Stats for Sugarcane Paper Trending: Older & Chilly
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