Bangalore, Wednesday, April 09, 2020 – Bangalore based Tree Free paper manufacturer, Bluecat Paper today announced the collaboration with Poland based founder of BEE SAVING PAPER, Anna Gadecka to create a one of its kind paper which helps save the diminishing bee population. The paper is created from residual lemon grass, as bees love and are attracted to the scent of lemon grass. Seeds such as mustard and basil are added to further attract bees.
The Bee Saving Paper is also used to produce a range of products like bookmarks, gift bags and tags, notebooks and thank you cards. The paper has seeds of bee friendly flowering plans embedded to facilitate pollination.
It is a researched fact that bees play an important role in maintaining the ecological balance and it is said that humans will not survive beyond four years if bees were to become extinct. Bees are perfectly adapted to pollinate, helping plants grow, breed and produce food. They do so by transferring pollen between flowering plants and so keep the cycle of life turning.
Sadly, the bee population across the world is on a rapid decline due to excessive mobile phone signal radiation, loss of habitat due to deforestation, abandoned farms and simply reduction in bee friendly flowering plants. The bee saving paper can help struggling bees. Tear pieces of bee saving paper, wet it and put in under the bee. The paper acts like an energy drink for the bee, helping it revive itself
Speaking about this initiative with Bluecat Paper, Anna Gadecka, Founder, Bee Saving paper, said, “I have been researching on this for a while now and was looking for a tree free paper manufacturer and I was thrilled when I came across Bluecat Paper. It would have been detrimental to the cause if this had to be done with paper made from felling trees and this moral dilemma didn’t allow me to progress with my efforts. Now that we are associated with Bluecat Paper in our efforts, I am looking forward to Bee Saving Paper becoming a more widely accepted norm.”
Kavya Madappa, CEO, Bluecat Paper, said, “When Anna reached out to us, I was excited with the possibilities of this effort. Bluecat Paper was saving trees and Anna was trying to save bees. This alone was a valid reason to collaborate and take this forward. It’s going to be an exciting journey with Anna in our attempt to save our planet.”
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