Papermakers in Chicago are hoping to change that by using cheap, environmentally friendly papermaking techniques.
The papermaking process involves using recycled paper to create the paperwork for a hockey stick that’s made of recycled paper.
The team has created a new product, Paper Maker Hockey Stick, which they hope will be the cheapest way to make paper hockey sticks, according to a press release from the company.
Paper Maker hockey sticks are made from recycled paper that’s then dyed black.
The company’s goal is to create a product that people in the community will want to use.
“I think that the more affordable paper, the better it will be for our local community,” Paper Maker CEO Kevin Hollander said in a statement.
The hockey stick is made from paper that is then dyed to make it look like hockey sticks.
“If we can bring more people into this, more people will have the opportunity to do this in a way that is affordable,” Hollander added.
He said the company has started collecting samples of paper for a limited time, and they will make the product available through its website in the next few weeks.
Papermakers are also making a line of hockey sticks to sell to local hockey players.
They said they are planning to open a hockey store, and are working on developing a website that will sell hockey sticks online.
The city of Chicago’s parks department is also partnering with Paper Maker to offer free ice to hockey players in the city.