Rockstock is made from waste from the building industry. Offcuts and waste stone rock, marble and tiles are ground to recover Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3)that forms 80.9% of Rockstock RPD Paper.
Watch the video to see the making of Rockstock :
The basic process of Stone paper making is shown immediately below, with the process for pulp paper further below as a comparison.
A closer look at the Flow chart above. You can begin to see how not only is the production of S-Class (Sustainable Range) stone paper is superior compared to the pulp paper production process shown , but is more environmentally friendly and also cost effective. A recycled stone paper range has also been included that contains a high proportion of recycled stone paper Known as R-Class.