Notebooks made of natural grass pulp
The Taiwanese brand Truegrasses surprised us with these notebooks and we are very happy to have uploaded them to the store for all of you.
These are ecological notebooks made from natural grass pulp and recycled paper. According to the brand, manufacturing these notebooks saves 50% of electricity and water compared to the manufacture of a normal notebook.
All three models share certain characteristics such as:
- Introductory pages at the beginning of the notebook where they explain various topics related to the importance of plants in the panet.
- Front cover, back cover, introductory pages and 11 blank pages you can use, made from natural grass pulp. Do you know they smell like real grass?
- The rest of the pages (192) made of recycled paper with a boneless tone, 80 grams and a drawing of plants in one corner on all sheets.
- Cardboard bookmarks with information about the Truegrasses brand.
- B5 size (slightly smaller than A5).
Now, you can read a little more in detail about each model:
- Green model (Grass Land): Design inspired in green grass. Inspired by the totemic culture of indigenous peoples, as they use the totem to venerate and be in communion with nature. The grass roots can help stabilize the soil and reduce erosion and water pollution. Lawn can help reduce carbon dioxide and trap dust particles. All types of lawns and grasses are members of the "Poaceae" species, the most abundant family of plants. Giant bamboo is the largest variety.
- Blue model (Vein Leaf): Design in a beautiful blue color that means the tall trees touching the sky.
The Sherman tree is the tallest tree in the world. The Dragon Blood tree is the only one with a unique shape, and there is also a lot of legend behind this tree.
The rainforest supports the greatest diversity of species on earth.
- Red model (Pistil Flower): Red design, inspired by the flowers of the world.
The vivid color of the flowers make our planet a brilliant place. Pollination leads to the production of the fruits you eat daily and their seeds grow new plants. Did you know that sunflowers are capable of absorbing radioactivity from materials and other pollutants from the ground?