27. Is PaperWise paper and board bleached?

PaperWise can be divided into 2 types of paper and board. PaperWise Natural and PaperWise White. All paper and board in the PaperWise Natural group are not bleached and therefore have a light [...]

38. What is the difference between grass paper and PaperWise paper.

The most important raw material in making paper and board is cellulose, because it gives paper its sturdiness. In addition to cellulose, grass paper and grass board contains a small percentage of [...]

In
Posted

40. Is PaperWise certified?

PaperWise is certified for industrial composting EN 13432, home composting DIN CERTCO, food safety EC 1935/2004 and recycling. PaperWise is also a certified B Corp™ (sustainability certification).

A4 Paper 70 grams

A4 Paper 80 grams

A4 Paper 80 grams

About PaperWise

AgriRap wins UK Packaging Awards 2018 with PaperWise!

RAP’s AgriRap sandwich packaging won the UK Packaging Award on 30 November 2018 for best new concept! The AgriRap packaging was created by replacing oil-based plastics with PaperWise. The [...]

All about recycled paper and the sustainable alternative

Applications

Cart

Checkout

In
Posted

Code of Conduct

PaperWise code of conduct Introduction PaperWise is a Social Enterprise with a clear and common goal in mind: to contribute positively to a better world. We achieve this with environmentally and [...]

Combat poverty with packaging and printed materials

Companies

Qualitively sustainable paper for companies By choosing PaperWise, you choose 100% quality and 50% less environmental impact in comparison to FSC virgin paper, which is made from fresh wood [...]

Contact

CONTRIBUTE TO CSR AND CHOOSE SUSTAINABLE PRINTING

Coronavirus crisis decreases turnover but leads to environmental gains

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

ECO-FRIENDLY ALTERNATIVES TO SINGLE-USE PLASTICS

Environmental benefit

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFIT BECAUSE OF SUSTAINABLE PAPER ‘Wise With Waste’, that is the vision of PaperWise. Why would you burn agricultural waste when it can be made into a perfect raw material for [...]

Environmentally friendly printing practices: 10 tips

Fairs

FAQ

Five years of PaperWise: the ongoing revolution in the paper industry

We have made the first step. Since it was founded five years ago, PaperWise has given over nine million kilos of agricultural waste a second life as paper and board for packaging. That was only [...]

Food&Agribusiness interviews paperwise founder peter van rosmalen

For whom

High quality, environmentally friendly paper and folding paperboard PaperWise gives agricultural waste a second life. Leaves and stems leftover from harvest are made into raw material for high [...]

from plant waste to sustainable stationery

General conditions

GENERAL SALES, DELIVERY, AND PAYMENT CONDITIONS ARTICLE 1: GENERAL In the following general conditions these definitions will apply: Us; Our; We: PaperWise, a trade name of Eco Concepts & [...]

Government

High quality, sustainable paper for the government The past few years, governments expressly focused on sustainability. Of course, governments choose sustainable, green solutions where possible. [...]

GREASEPROOF AND OIL-PROOF PAPERWISE PAPER

High quality

High quality and environmentally friendly paper and paperboard PaperWise is high quality paper and folding paperboard made from agricultural waste (leaves and stems). If choosing PaperWise, you [...]

Home

How can I become more sustainable? Paperwise chooses the SDGS as a guiding principle

How it started

HOW SUSTAINABLE IS PAPER REALLY?

Innovation

INNOVATION: PAPER MADE FROM AGRICULTURAL WASTE UP TO 100% There are approximately over 7 billion people on earth. For our food supply, we grow more and more plants and crops. The food industry [...]

Institutions

High quality sustainable paper and paperboard for industrial use Schools, hospitals, care facilities, and other non profit organizations usually feel strongly about sustainability. You can choose [...]

IS THE COMPOSTING STANDARD EN13432 THE SOLUTION FOR LITTER?

Is your business ready for sustainable packaging?

Labels

page 1 of 3