Scrap Pad's newly released 2020 Weekly Planner
Upcycled products made from 100% leftover paper
Turning waste into space for new ideas
Scrap pads are made from waste paper leftover after industrial print and paper production. Normally this paper would find its way to the recycling bin, however, by upcycling it directly into new products, scrap pads save the energy and emissions that would be required to reprocess it, as well as the resources to make similar products from scratch. Scrap Pad is our way of turning waste into space for new ideas.
All Scrap Pad products contain a mix of high-quality leftover papers
Our Upcycling Up-start
Scrap Pad is a circular economy start-up based in Aarhus, Denmark. It is founded by by two architects from the Aarhus School of Architecture and run from the bespoke print shop Plotteriet - which caters to the city's most creative companies.
Scrap Pad was originally conceived as a way to reduce paper waste from printing. Scraps of high quality leftover paper were collected from different print jobs and turned into characteristic notebooks of mixed paper types.
Today, the project is joined by Munkedal paper mill. The mill is one of the most environmentally friendly paper productions in the world and a leader regarding low water consumption. Munkedal is redirecting leftover Munken paper from industrial paper production into Scrap Pad products.
As the project grows, the focus of Scrap Pad remains the same - to reduce paper waste by imagining more creative uses for leftover paper.
Our supporters include:
Frequently asked questions
Scrap Pad is located in the historic Dansk Filmfabrik building in Aarhus, Denmark
You can reach us by phone Monday to Friday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
If you are in the Aarhus, feel free to arrange a visit to our production space in the ground floor of the historic Dansk Filmfabrik building. We recommend you call beforehand to make sure we are available to greet you!