We provide the paper industry with a new raw material for the production of paper and cardboard – grass! Or, to be more precise, dried hay. It is prepared using our own patented process according to the requirements of the corresponding paper mill and is then incorporated into its production cycle as a raw material instead of virgin fibres (wood) or recycled paper. If wood is substituted by grass as a raw material for the production of paper and cardboard, CO2 emissions arising from the manufacturing process are reduced by up to 75%.
No chemicals are used and just 1% of the water required for wood fibres is needed. In addition to the ecological aspect, the raw material of grass is significantly cheaper than wood pulp. Grass can also be directly used by the paper industry on existing machines, without any modification or additional aggregates. We work hand in hand with the traditional paper industry and branded goods companies, develop intelligent packaging solutions and help to stem the global plastic flood.
We will make a decisive change to the use of resources in the millennia-old tradition of papermaking, whilst introducing grass alongside wood pulp and recycled paper as the world’s third most important raw material for the production of paper. This is our work, our passion, our commitment. And in thirty years’ time, history books will read, ‘Back in the days when paper was still made from trees …!’
We love Mother Earth.
We believe in a future on this planet.
We assume responsibility for our children, our children’s children and our children’s children’s children.
This is why we are disseminating the idea of using grass as a raw material for the paper industry all over the world.
This is our contribution to Mother Earth and her children.