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  • Breaking it Down: The Surprising Differences Between Recycled and Non-Recycled Paper Towels
    Paper towels are an indispensable part of our lives. We use them to clean up messes, dry hands, and absorb liquids in our homes, offices, schools, and businesses. But have we ever stopped to wonder about the environmental cost of using paper towels? In this blog, we'll take a closer look at the pros and cons of paper towel use, exploring the environmental impacts they have on our planet.
    Posted: Friday 24 February 2023
  • Many Benefits of Using Recycled Paper Towels
    If you are looking for a way to reduce your environmental impact, switching to recycled paper towels is a great option. Recycled paper towels are made from post-consumer waste. This means that they are manufactured from materials that have already been used once. This helps reduce the amount of waste produced each year, and it also helps conserve resources.

    In this blog post, we will discuss some of the many benefits of using recycled paper towels!
    Posted: Tuesday 28 June 2022
  • Why are paper towels so absorbent?
    The last time you spilled a drink, how did you clean it up? What about drying your hands? What did you use? Most likely you grabbed a paper towel. But how do they absorb moisture so efficiently?
    Posted: Monday 15 November 2021
  • Can I compost paper towels?
    Paper towels do come in very handy, but can you put them in your compost bin? The answer is generally yes, depending on what mess you’ve cleaned up with that paper towel.
    Posted: Monday 14 June 2021
  • Benefits of recycled paper
    The benefits of recycled paper are far reaching. It's easier on the Earth to make toilet paper, tissues, serviettes and paper towels from paper than it is from trees. The trees saved from being flushed down the drain or tossed into landfills can be left in their place, absorbing CO2 and producing oxygen for the good of us all.
    Posted: Tuesday 25 August 2020
  • Paper towels come out top
    Research studies show that drying your hands with a clean, single-use hand towel may be the safest choice for reducing the risk of spreading germs.
    Posted: Sunday 28 June 2020