Recycled Paper Pencils

These awesome pencils are made out of recycled paper! There are 3 kinds: newspaper, rainbow paper, and plantable seed pencils! This product includes shipping of Rs.35 per unit. Our merchants are independent, and must pay a fixed shipping cost per unit.

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Contents: 6 packs of 5 recycled paper pencils

Total pencils:

  • 10 newspaper
  • 10 rainbow paper
  • 10 plantable with seeds

Material: Made of recycled paper, these pencils are just like traditional wooden pencils, and they sharpen and write just as well

Pencils are made from the wood of trees. But not these!

Even in the computer age, we use a lot of pencils. But there’s a way to make pencils that will give our trees a break. In fact, for every 2500 recycled paper pencils, we save one 20-foot pine tree. That's huge. We could make this the norm! Replace your need of conventional wood pencils with recycled paper pencils. And in this way, you are also keeping paper out of a landfill and giving it a second life!


Plantcil is on a mission to bring sustainable choices to everyone. Take something as simple as stationery- even though we live in the digital age, we still love to write things down! So how can we balance our need for something as simple as stationery with our environment? After all, pencils require wood to make, right, and wood comes from trees, right?

Plantcil proves that we can make what we need and still reduce our demands on the environment. By making a variety of stationery items from recycled materials, they lower our requirements of fresh trees. In fact, for every 2500 recycled paper pencils, we save one 20-foot pine tree! And by promoting natural growth in everything Plantcil does, they spread awareness about our responsibility to take care of the planet.

All this impact in a simple pencil? You bet.

You will support the collective movement of recycling by increasing demand and awareness of such products.

Save trees and heal deforestation! Replacing our need for wood allows our forests to grow back. This has huge implications in terms of maintaining overall climate and ecological balance.

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