MoMA Goes Green With Revolutionary Treeless Paper
By: Bamboo Magazine - Published: Apr 5, 2007 • References: sustainableisgood
All Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) stores have gone green and now package their products in TerraSkin, a revolutionary material that has some of the best characteristics of paper without the eco-downside. Made of mineral powder and a non-toxic resin, its production requires no water and in true "dust to dust" fashion, returns to mineral powder after 3-9 months in nature. The "paper" is also water resistant and uses 20-30% less ink than regular paper. And best of all, it looks good.