Gallery: Ogami’s Repap is Eco-Friendly Paper Made from Stone


Despite the popularity of e-readers and computers, Americans still use about 71 million tons of paper per year — only 63 percent of which is ever recycled. So when a paper alternative comes along that is not only environmentally friendly but also stylish, we get excited. But what makes Ogami’s Repap even more interesting is that it isn’t made of cotton or hemp like most paper alternative; instead, it’s made from calcium carbonate, which is a byproduct of limestone.

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