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FACIAL TISSUE
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Two-Ply & One-Ply Standard Rolls
Toilet Tissue
A.
Facial Quality Toilet Tissue
Softer and more absorbent tissue provides “at-home“ quality. Premium
wrapper adds an upscale touch to any facility. Individually wrapped. Brighter
and whiter tissue. Safe for sewer and septic systems. 4.5-in. core. Both
product and packaging have recycled content. Meets EPA CPG requirements.
No.
Sheet Size Sheets/Roll Rolls/Case Case
Two-Ply Bath Tissue
WIN 2200
4.5 x 4.5
500
96
WIN 2240*
4.5 x 3.75
500
96
One-Ply Bath Tissue
WIN 2210
4.5 x 3.75
1000
96
*Green attributes apply to products shipped from locations East of the Rockies.
B.
Recycled Two-Ply Toilet Tissue
Premium wrapper adds an upscale touch to any facility. Brighter and
whiter tissue. Safe for sewer and septic systems. Individually wrapped.
Softer and more absorbent tissue provides “at-home” quality. Made from
100% recycled fiber content. Product contains 40-70% post-consumer and
100% total recovered material. Meets EPA CPG requirements.
No.
Sheet Size Sheets/Roll Rolls/Case Case
WIN 2400
4.0 x 3.75
400
24
C.
KLEENEX
®
COTTONELLE
®
Standard Roll Tissue
The brand you know and trust. This tissue offers the soft, plush quality
that you expect at home. Meets EPA standards for minimum post-
consumer waste content: bath tissue 20%. Product contains 20% post-
consumer and 25% total recovered material. Packaging contains 34%
post-consumer and 55% total recovered material, core contains 100%
post-consumer material. Paper wrap contains 10% post-consumer and
90% total recovered material. Meets EPA CPG requirements. Two-ply.
White. 4.09 x 4.0 sheets. 506 sheets per roll. 60 rolls per case.
KCC 17713
Case
D.
SCOTT
®
Standard Roll Bath Tissue
The ideal balance of strength, softness, absorbency and economy. Exceeds
EPA standards for minimum post-consumer waste content: bath tissue
20%. Product contains 75% post-consumer and 100% total recovered
material. Packaging contains 34% post-consumer and 55% total recovered
material, core contains 100% post-consumer material. Paper wrap
contains 10% post-consumer and 90% total recovered material. Meets
EPA CPG requirements. White.
No.
Sheets/Roll
Rolls/Case
Case
Two-Ply Bath Tissue
—4.1 x 4.0 sheet
KCC 04460
550
80
One-Ply Bath Tissue
—4.1 x 3.75 sheet
KCC 05102
1210
80
E.
KLEENEX
®
Hygienic Bathroom Tissue
Designed to reduce costs, waste and health concerns, this system directly
addresses concerns for a healthier restroom environment. Fully enclosed
hygienic bath tissue system reduces potential of product contamination.
One-at-a-time sheet dispensing. Exceeds EPA standards for minimum
post-consumer waste content: bath tissue 20%. Product contains 75%
post-consumer and 100% total recovered material. Packaging contains
34% post-consumer and 55% total recovered material. Paper wrap contains
10% post-consumer and 90% total recovered material. Meets EPA CPG
requirements. 4.5 x 8.3 sheets. 250 sheets per pack. 36 packs per case.
KCC 48280
Case
F.
SCOTT
®
100% Recycled Fiber Standard Roll
Exceeds EPA standards for minimum post-consumer waste content: bath
tissue 20%. Product contains 75% post-consumer and 100% total recovered
material. Packaging contains 34% post-consumer and 55% total recovered
material, core contains 100% post-consumer material. Paper wrap contains
10% post-consumer and 90% total recovered material. Meets and certified
by Green Seal
. Meets EPA CPG requirements. White. 4.0 x 4.0 sheets.
506 sheets per roll. 80 rolls per case.
KCC 13217
Case
D
E
C
B
A
F
We’ve all heard about the
environmental concern about
“old-growth forests” but did you
know that most paper, cardboard and
products made from these are from
trees that were grown as a renewable
resource? Forest products—other than
those from unique environments like
old-growth forests—can be re-seeded,
re-grown, re-harvested and recycled.
This often makes products made of
paper or cardboard a greener choice
than plastics and foam. Of course,
the best solution is always to reduce
and reuse when possible, but using
renewable resources can help too.
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