From Roaring Springs Website:
Roaring Spring supplies products produced with different sustainable papers. These included recycled papers, sugarcane fiber paper, and poo papers.
- Roaring Spring uses papers made from post-consumer waste.
- Post-consumer waste, if not recycled, would typically end in a landfill.
- Most of the Roaring Spring recycled items contain a minimum of 30% PC waste.
- Recycled paper comes in both white and colored versions.
Sugarcane Fiber Paper
- Sugarcane fiber is waste material from the sugarcane refining process.
- This waste material is then used as pulp tp produce fine paper.
- The result is a smooth, bright sheet produced at very green paper mills.
- We produce sugarcane items in both white and canary options.
- Poo paper is the ultimate recycled product!
- Poo paper uses the fiber that is recovered from actual animal poo.
- Odorless and clean, we carry poo paper from elephants, cows, horses and donkey.
Everyone has been thinking about back to school and what the kids need. Here in my house, I don't worry about that anymore since my son is out of school now. I think of what/where I need to keep my notes for blogging when I don't have a computer handy and keeping my son in "paper" for his music. And as I'm sure, like everyone else, we worry about the environment and what we can do to help.
I jumped at the chance when I heard that Roaring Springs Paper Products were looking for reviewers. Their paper products are made from sugar cane pulp, which is a by product of sugar production. I was sent a nice variety of their products and everyone of the products I found to be sturdy and reliable for what is needed in paper products. I highly recommend using Roaring Springs Paper Products if your looking for good quality paper that is also eco-friendly!
To learn more about Roaring Springs Paper Products or to request a catalog please visit their Website.
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