How is Veezel paper made?
How Veezel paper is made? This is done as follows: the roadside grass is used as raw material for the production of paper, instead of the roadside grass being processed as waste. The roadside grass is mown along the regional roads. Subsequently, it is processed into raw material and that goes to the paper mill. All these actions are performed in the Netherlands. At least 60% of the paper consists of recycled paper.
The birth of Veezel
Veezel paper is the idea of two entrepreneurs from Alphen aan den Rijn, who wanted to make paper from grass. And not just grass, the paper is made from grass clippings from the roadside along a Dutch provincial road. After a year and a half of preparation, they have succeeded in developing a unique quality paper. A type of paper had to be developed that would be widely applicable for the business market and of course not too expensive. At the end of 2019, when a Dutch paper factory was found that embraced the idea and some business relations also showed interest in such a type of paper, the innovative idea became reality in the form of Veezel paper.
Veezel stationery and envelopes
Fiber paper is available in various designs. For example, there is the stationery, which is available in four different grammages: 90, 120, 160 and 300 grams per m2. In addition, there are matching envelopes, where you can choose from the sizes A5 and A4. You can also opt for a window in the envelope.
Printed Veezel paper
The stationery and envelopes can be printed on one side full-colour. This ensures a great result in which your company colours come out beautifully. Do you have any questions or would you like advice about Veezel's stationery or envelopes? Please feel free to contact Laura at +31 (0) 342 220591 or email@example.com.