Updated Fact Sheet - Recycled fiber and wood fiber from well managed forests are both essential to sustain the paper life cycle


While it’s true that collecting used paper and recycling it into new products is good for the environment, there are many other factors in the life cycle of paper which influence its environmental footprint. The wood fibers in paper can be recycled five to seven times before they get too weak and break down. That’s why we need fresh fiber harvested from responsibly managed forests, too. SEE OUR FACT SHEET AT THE LINK BELOW FOR MUCH MORE.

Source: Two Sides North America, 2016