Earth Friendly ECOS Paper Towels 2-Ply
Tireless Paper? Tell Me More!
Tireless & Renewable
The bamboo and sugarcane plants used to make ECOS™ paper are among the fastest growing grasses on Earth. After being harvested, they grow back from their own roots in as little as three to four months. This is up to 120 times faster than traditional hardwoods! ECOS Paper helps protect the forests we all love.
Gentle Yet Strong
Because the bamboo and sugarcane fibers used to make ECOS paper are much longer than the short scratchy fibers used in recycled paper, our products have a very soft and luxurious feel. The fiber length is also the reason our treeless paper products hold together much better.
Conserves Water & Energy
Making virgin hardwood or recycled material into paper isn''t easy! It often takes a large amount of processing, consuming lots of power and water. The minimal processing needed to make bamboo and sugarcane into ECOS Paper uses much less energy, and at least 70% of the water used is recycled.
The beauty of using sugarcane in ECOS Paper is that the fibers used to make our paper would otherwise be considered waste by the sugar industry. Repurposing this "waste" product to make our paper means that less material is being thrown away, and less tress are being harvested. That''s upcycling at its best!
Less CO2. More CO2.
You can breath easy knowing that the bamboo used in ECOS Paper produces 35% more oxygen than tress and absorbs huge amounts of carbon dioxide (the major greenhouse gaslinked to global warming). Large plantations of bamboo not only help our air quality, they can make a huge dent in reversing climate change and protecting the future of our planet.