In recent years, paper consumption in North America has been on the decline. However, global paper consumption is on the rise. More than 40% of the global logging industry goes towards making paper. This industry is expected to rise to 50% in the near future. With paper production consuming a third of energy used, paper and pulp is the fourth largest emitter of greenhouse gasses in manufacturing.

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Paper has become one of the biggest components to landfill waste, accounting for more than 26 million tons. The decomposition of paper in landfills contribute to the release of methane in the environment. This gas is considered 23 more times potent than carbon dioxide.

Handmade papermaking has the advantage of being 100% recycled, making it the most eco-friendly form of paper around. No chemicals are used in the production of handmade paper. It is solar dried and 100% natural. To start contributing your paper making skills to save the environment, these business names for paper making will help stimulate some creativity for a new business.


Blossom Paper

Carriage House Paper

Craft Studio Paper

Custom Paper Memories

Deckle Edge Paper

Flowerseed Paper


Green Field Paper Company

Mamma Earth Creations

Marigold Mountain

Mink Print Shop

My Zesty Paper

Of the Earth

Papel Vivo

Paper Element

Paper Horizons

Paper Phine

Paper Tree




Pink Posy Paperie

 Porridge Papers

Pudding Papers

Pulp Art

Rainbows and Pixiedust

Reclaimed By Nature

Seed Paper Co. 

The Paper Girl

Threshold Paper


White Dragon Paper

Zesty Paper

Ray Tomasso, a Denver based master craftsman in papermaking explains the techniques and history of papermaking. In this video presented by Inter-Ocean Curiosity Studio in Englewood, Colorado, Tomasso’s collection of paper molds and unique skills are captured along with a discussion on his experience as a professional paper maker.

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