What is stone paper?

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Stone paper is a type of paper made of 80% calcium carbonate (limestone) and 20% bio-polyethylene resin (HDPE). The limestone is used as raw material from existing limestone quarries and processed into a fine powder. The HDPE is used as a binding agent.

Why stone paper?

Stone paper is an excellent alternative to traditional cellulose paper. Compared to normal paper, stone paper is more tear proof, water repellent, oil repellent and has a completely smooth surface. As you write, you will notice how "soft" your notes feel.

Stone paper contains no wood, so no trees are cut to make this paper.