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Sugarcane Paper 3 Subject Notebook – 120 sheets

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  • Recycled Paper
  • Sugarcane Pulp

Recycled Paper

Recycled paper can contain both pre- and post-consumer recycled content. Once paper is sent to a recycling facility, it’s washed to remove any inks and converted to a watery slush called “slurry.” This slurry is spread and rolled to create different types of paper. This process keeps paper out of the landfill, prevents trees from being cut down, and saves the energy and resources needed to create virgin paper products.

Sugarcane Pulp

As sugar is harvested from the sugarcane plant, a fiber is left behind, called bagasse. This fiber has been left as waste or burned as fuel in the past, but companies are learning to utilize it in a more earth-friendly way. By breaking the bagasse down into a pulp, it can be molded into paperlike products. This sustainable process doesn’t require additional cultivation, as the sugarcane plants are already harvested for other uses! The biodegradable material made from sugarcane pulp can be used in napkins, cardboard, toilet paper, and more.

After 12 years of school, all those notebooks and wood based papers can seriously add up. Onyx and Green is making schoolin' a little more sustainable with their Sugarcane Paper 3 Subject Notebooks! Sugarcane paper is made from leftover sugarcane pulp– which requires less water, less energy, and no bleach to produce compred to regular paper. This 3 subject notebook features 120 college ruled & perforated sheets with a metal side coil.

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Sustainability Features

Materials

  • Paper: Sugarcane Paper
  • Side Coil: Metal
  • Cover: Recycled Paper

Earth Friendly Features

  • Onyx and Green utilizes recycled, plant-based, renewable, and sustainably harvested materials in the production of their school & office supplies
  • Notebook paper is made from sugarcane pulp, which uses less water, and energy to produce than regular paper

Packaging

  • 100% Plastic-Free Packaging
  • Shipping packaging: Boxes and envelopes made with recycled content and all shipping packaging is recyclable

Product Specifications

Additional Features

  • 3 subject notebook with metal side coil
  • 120 ruled and perforated sheets
  • Made with sugar cane paper

Product Dimensions

  • 8 x 10.5 in.

Returns

  • Unused, undamaged items in their original packaging can be returned within 30 days

Specifications

  • 120 sheets

Shipping Info

  • Ships within 1 business day

About the Company

Onyx and Green

The average school in America will use close to 250,000 pieces of paper each year, with almost 4 billion trees cut down annually across the globe to support this industry. Onyx and Green is breaking this cycle of waste, not only with their unique paper products made from low-impact sugarcane and upcycled construction waste, but with an entire line of school and office supplies. From backpacks, to pens, to even rubber bands and calculators, they infuse creativity and sustainability into the designs of all their products. With consistency in their values and transparency in their production, materials, and values, Onyx and Green is helping to find new solutions in the office supply industry.

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  1. Question

    enashadows

    Is this product free of heavy metals, such as those as lead? I work at a True Value hardware store, and it’s so depressing how so many sharpies and pens we sell have warnings on them about lead exposure and also have cancer and reproductive warnings. Sometimes the warnings are PS65 warnings and sometimes not. All the kids toys we sell also have those warnings on them. Anyway, I just would like to know what metal is used and also if this product is free of substances suspected of harming human health. Thanks

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      EarthHero (verified owner)

      Hi there! The spiral on this notebook is 100% stainless steel- no nasty substances to be found!

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  2. samicat13

    Great, can be improved a bit

    samicat13 (verified owner)

    Ink and markers flow great on it, it’s not the flimsy quality of most recycled paper I’ve dealt with. However, the binding seems a bit off as I can’t easily turn the pages without it snagging on it’s own spiral binding. Not the worst problem just something that needs improvement.

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  3. vegangirl1982

    Works great!

    vegangirl1982 (verified owner)

    Nice size and weight.

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  4. fultonkathryn

    Shiny paper hates good pens

    fultonkathryn (verified owner)

    I take notes on notes on notes for my job and I hate technology, so all my notes are on paper. I was almost out of paper and since the world is closed due to the pandemic, I went online to buy. I realized that I was going through a lot of paper, and since I try and be more green in every other aspect of my life, I decided to try a paper alternative. I bought three of these notebooks before trying them out (I need paper, and I can’t just shell out $8 for shipping every time I need some), and honestly I’m a bit disappointed. Since I write a lot, I also have a preferred brand of pen – Pilot G-2. My pens and this paper do NOT get along. When I write with regular tree paper, the ink meets the page with a velvety softness. With this sugar paper, it scratches against the shiny surface, leaving streaks of ink where there are supposed to be words. I have tried to change the way I hold the pen, but its just not working. I will try other pens, (maybe the grass pens work on the sugar paper?) but I really like my G-2, and BIC gives me hand cramps (FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS, I know). Also, the lines are black (not light blue like every other notebook in the world), which weirdly makes it harder to read (the lines blend in with my scratch marks) and its so thin, ink bleeds through the page forcing you to only use one side of the paper.
    I *WANT* to love this paper, but I don’t. Its paper with a bit too much shine and not enough grip.

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  5. Larissa Araiza

    Absolutely love!

    Larissa Araiza

    I bought this going back to school and use it for 3 of my classes because they have cool dividers, I highly recommend the art on the outside of the notebook is neat and they are duarable.

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  6. Lindsay Turner

    Seems great

    Lindsay Turner (verified owner)

    I haven’t used these yet but they seem heavy duty and will definitely work perfectly for school.

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  7. Question

    Tammy

    I have notice a lot of people say to buy products in glass and not plastic, Why is that? I realize glass you can use for reuse, as well as plastic. but plastic I can recycle. If I buy glass eventually I more than I need, in my area we don’t have a glass recycling center so it would go to the trash dump. Your thoughts would be great!

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      Admin EarthHero

      Hi Tammy–great question! Unlike plastic, glass can be recycled indefinitely and maintain its quality. Plastic, on the other hand, gets “downcycled” whenever it goes through the recycling process. This means that each time a plastic product is recycled, that material can only be used to create something of lesser value. You can learn more about the plastic recycling process on our blog here: https://earthhero.com/whats-the-deal-with-rpet/

      It’s unfortunate that your area doesn’t include a curbside glass recycling option (call your representatives!), however many specialty centers will accept this for you! You could probably do an online search for glass recyclers in your area. Thanks for doing your part!

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