That’s right. Paper. They really have figured out a way to recycle everything for kitchen surfaces.
PaperStone products are FSC-certified and made from 100% post-consumer recycled paper. Sound crazy? Here’s how it works:
“Made from recycled paper that has been saturated with our proprietary PetroFree(tm) phenolic resins and selected natural pigments on our treater lines. After trimming to length, resin-saturated sheets are stacked and moved into a press where they are fused together under heat and pressure. Paper sheet count determines the thickness of the finished panels.”
I think this is a brilliant way to reuse paper waste. What do you think?
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