The Problem seemed unsolvable: Germany for instance, consumes four times the amount of paper pulp the country produces, i.e. some 4.6 million tons per year. Demand is continuously on the rise, in particular from the packaging industry. Approximately 90% of the paper is still produced from wood while the import and export of wood worsen the ecological balance sheet worldwide.
An obvious solution is found: paper and cardboard made from grass. And: micro components of the grass fibres influence the properties of the grass paper.