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.
CaneFields Eco-Friendly Paper Products Help to Preserve Forests
1. Sustainable Paper - CaneFields eco-friendly paper products made from sugar cane waste fiber provide a disruptive innovation opportunity in the paper industry to reduce reliance on tree pulp and preserve forests.
2. Agro-waste Utilization - CaneFields' use of agro-waste like bagasse presents a disruptive innovation opportunity in various industries to repurpose waste materials and minimize landfill waste.
3. Carbon Neutral Products - CaneFields' carbon neutral paper products, powered by renewable energy, offer a disruptive innovation opportunity in the sustainability sector to reduce carbon footprints and promote environmentally responsible practices.
1. Paper Manufacturing - CaneFields eco-friendly paper products present a disruptive innovation opportunity within the paper manufacturing industry to adopt sustainable sourcing and reduce environmental impact.
2. Packaging - CaneFields' use of bagasse and plantation fiber provides a disruptive innovation opportunity in the packaging industry to develop eco-friendly alternatives and reduce reliance on traditional materials.
3. Renewable Energy - CaneFields' use of renewable energy in the production of their paper products offers a disruptive innovation opportunity within the renewable energy industry to explore new applications and promote sustainable practices.