Are you worried about the impact we may be having on the environment? Well, fear no more, we're one of the very few brands that really care about the preservation of Earth's nature and wildlife. We're sharing our passion in a green way!

 We make sure that there are no nasty stuff in our notebooks – even the water used to produce the paper is returned to the rivers cleaner than when it was taken out. We use degradable and recyclable materials and only FSC® (FSC-C105099) certified paper. The FSC® (FSC-C105099) label guarantees that the trees that are harvested are replaced or allowed to regenerate naturally.

 One of the most common disposal technologies in the world is landfill, which is why our covering material is engineered to be degradable faux leather. Other notebook manufacturers use PVC, the most toxic plastic. Our notebooks are bio safe because we enjoy being part of nature and the material we use are manufactured in green factories where water and air emissions are strictly controlled.

 All materials used are non-animal based and hence 100% vegan as certified by the EU V-Label (www.v-label.eu). No animals were sacrificed in the making of our notebooks. We're actually the first and only notebook brand to hold this certification. That's not just in our cover, but almost all notebook manufacturers use animal based adhesives during production, whereas we only use water based adhesives. You can see it below.

 Shrink wrap is the only available type of material that can preserve the life and quality of our notebooks throughout the entire journey i.e. from production, shipping all over the world, storage, dispatching, handling, to displaying in store. For that, we still try to be as environmentally cautious about it by using a material that consists of more than 40% polyethylene produced from sugarcane ethanol. It is 100% recyclable as well in most countries. Hopefully with time as well and lots of Research and Development, we would be able to source them using 100% natural resources for the countries that are not able to recycle them fully.

It carriers the #4 plastic category which can be recycled in the recycling bin in most areas in the UK. To make sure of that, you can go to the gov's website https://www.gov.uk/recycling-collections, enter your postcode and it would redirect you to the recycling collection or locations for your area.