7 ways to Green Your Paper products
Find out how to limit the amount of trees, water, and energy that are used to produce paper, and learn about ways to keep it out of the landfill.
Look for FSC-certified, 100 percent post-consumer recycled, processed chlorine-free, and tree-free options the next time you need paper products.
Do your environmental duty by switching from conventional toilet paper to a brand that's made with post-consumer recycled materials.
Keep your drippy nose in check with facial tissue made not from virgin old-growth trees, but old newspapers and cardboard boxes instead.
Give your clean-up a little green-up with paper towels made from recycled fibers and without bleach.
Dress up your every day dinner table or your place settings for a friendly get-together with napkins made from post-consumer waste.
It's easy to keep unused paper around to use as scrap paper for grocery lists, etc.
Opting to use handkerchiefs, cloth napkins, and reusable rags and sponges instead of disposable paper products will reduce your waste and save you money.