ShetkaStone Recycled Paper Countertop claims "Unmatched Durability"
ShetkaStone recycled paper countertop uses up to 90% recycled materials and no VOCs
The kitchen countertop gets an eco-friendly makeover with ShetkaStone, a recycled paper countertop material that feels like stone. Manufactured by the company All Paper Recycling, ShetkaStone can be used in a variety of places, including kitchen counters, bathroom counters, vanities, sills, and moldings. ShetkaStone is not only versatile, but it is also a very attractive product, and a good option for eco-conscious families and businesses considering a remodel.
ShetkaStone is produced in Minnesota with 55-90% recycled materials, including newsprint, cardboard, and retired U.S. currency. And according to jetsongreen, when comparing itself to other recycled paper countertops on the market, the manufacturer boasts that no similar product "can match our durability." The recycled paper countertop is also resistant to stains, scratches, and water, and it is fire rated. ShetkaStone is sealed with a varnish that contains no volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which can be hazardous to people's health and to the environment. Below are the products certified testing results:
The ShetkaStone recycled paper countertop is available in seven standard colors and a number of custom colors. It is also available in three finishes: matte, satin, and gloss. A truly eco-friendly recycled paper countertop, ShetkaStone itself is recyclable and the company has a recycling program allowing you to return the product to them at the end of its life so they can turn it into a new ShetkaStone product.