What is Stone Paper?

Stone paper was invented in 1998 in Taiwan. Stone paper is an innovative printing substrate for which production requires far fewer resources than traditional paper production. It has a remarkably different structure than traditional paper, unique features, and a number of interesting applications that will change the modern paper industry.

An Overview

Two Types
RPD
Paper

80% Calcium Carbonate

20% High-Density Polyethylene

Publishing, Stationery, Labels

RBD
Board

60% Calcium Carbonate

40% High-Density Polyethylene

Packaging

Advantages

No Trees

No Water

No Additives

Saves Energy

Recyclable

Waterproof

High Whiteness

Tear Resistant

Flame Resistant

Durable

No Toxic Emissions w/ Incineration

UV-Degradable

FDA and ROHS Safe

Antibacterial

Certifications
Pebble Printing Group Stone Paper Certifications
Summary

Stone paper replaces precious resources for life, like trees and water, with abundant, highly-efficient, inorganic resources like limestone and polyethylene, dramatically reducing carbon emissions and resource consumption, enabling a low-impact, circular economy for the paper and printing industries.

Reference Guide

Experience the difference for yourself and request a stone paper sample.

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