This company wants to disrupt the $90B paper industry with books made of stone

[Photo: courtesy Karst]

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On the surface, Karst notebooks look like those of any other luxury paper brand with colorful covers and smooth white pages.

But while the $90.6 billion worldwide stationery industry relies largely on wood pulp, the Sydney-based startup creates notebooks that aren’t made from trees. Instead, they’re made largely from stones that are mixed with a small quantity of resin, a type of plastic.


Source: Fast Company


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