PaperStone

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PaperStone is a Certified (FSC, Smartwood, Rainforest Alliance) post-consumer, recycled paper architectural surface material made with 100% petroleum-free, phenolic resins. Water is the predominant solvent.[1] It is primarily used in applications for level surfaces, including table tops, counters, window sills and door thresholds.

The recycled variety is its principal form and comes in two series or standards: "original," made from 50% post consumer water and recycled paper; and "certified", 100% post consumer waste. PaperStone is also available in lighter colours made from non recycled fibres known as the "virgin" series that is still FSC certified.[2]

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