Koen Pack:

"Bamboo flower sleeves for a natural look"

Koen Pack has paper sleeves made from bamboo in its range for some time now. "Bamboo is a renewable resource that grows faster than trees. Bamboo also converts 35% more CO2 into oxygen than trees. This is more sustainable than paper made from trees. This way they also meet the demand from the market to use less plastics", the company says.

The main advantages at a glance:
·         Bamboo is a fast growing grass species;
·         A renewable crop that does not cause soil erosion;
·         It converts 35% more CO2 into oxygen than trees;
·         It also grows in extreme dryness or moisture;
·         No moisture rings in the paper;
·         Better for people and the environment.

Left: Sleeve Bambuseae V-Shape 60 grams (available in 3 sizes: 40x30x12cm / 50x35x10cm / 50x44x14cm ) and right:: Sleeve Moon Bambuseae 60 grams (available in 37x37cm)

Sustainable material
In 6-8 months, a Bamboo culm reaches its full height and thickness, making it one of the fastest growing crops for making paper. "Like trees, bamboo plants are a renewable resource that absorb a lot of CO2. There is no need to cut forests to meet the global demand for wood and paper. Bamboo grows through sun and water, is biodegradable and can serve as bio-energy. The Bamboo fiber is flexible and the paper that is made from it is a smooth paper."

"Because it is important that the paper does not disintegrate after contact with water, we opted for a thicker type of paper without the addition of coatings or laminates. No moisture rings will remain and you will not find any paper pulp in your bucket, making it an excellent alternative to plain paper."  

For more information:
Koen Pack
Email: sales@koenpack.com     
https://koenpack.com/nl-nl/bamboe of https://koenpack.com/en-gb/bamboo 


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