19 April 2017
Ballots printed on treeless paper
VANCOUVER—
 
 Social Print Papers has developed a paper using wheat and sugar cane byproducts. The paper is being used for the 2017 B.C. election ballots. 
The Gieschen brother and Minto Roy started the company in 2011.
They have worked with the David Suzuki Foundation, Government of Canada and the University of British Columbia. They claim that their paper is a  more enviromently sustainable raw material for paper because wheat can be grown in a year where trees takes decades to grow. Social Print Papers is a sister company to Royal Printers of Vancouver.
Royal Printers has been going since 1932 and was founded by the Gieschen's grandfather. Royal does about $6 million in sales .
Comments:
2. Bella says:
24 May 2017 at 10:04 AM
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1. Eastern Printer says:
23 April 2017 at 11:33 PM
Is this paper only in the west or is it available in Ontario or Quebec
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