Mrs Martin’s Triple Green Paper Towels | Birds

R50.00

Sustainable paper towels are hard to find. But now you can wipe, mop and buff with peace of mind. Mrs Martin’s sustainable paper towels are made from a by-product of sugarcane farming, called bagasse. Bagasse is the fibrous parts of the sugar cane that is left after the sweet juice of the cane has been pressed out. It is a renewable resource that creates a soft but strong paper.

The lovely protea and blue cranes were painted by a proudly South African illustrator, Mareli van Zyl. This is one in a series of three designs she made especially for Mrs Martin’s.

This box is refillable. Buy a refill bundle of 200 and refill the box twice.

SAPPI sources from local suppliers, many of whom are previously disadvantaged small sugarcane growers. This socially responsible practice also avoids the greenhouse emissions of long-distance transport. Unlike wood fibre, bagasse does not need to be chipped so this process is energy-efficient. Not cutting down trees for these paper towels conserves resources.

These paper towels are also biodegradable, acid-free and recyclable. Suitable for use in a septic tank.

Benefits:

• sourced from local suppliers

• energy-efficient

• conserving resources through the use of alternative fibre

• protecting nature with a paper that is biodegradable, acid-free and recyclable

• promoting sustainability by using FSC-certified wood fibre and paper produced in South Africa

SAPPI sources from local suppliers, many of whom are previously disadvantaged small sugarcane growers. This socially responsible practice also avoids the greenhouse emissions of long-distance transport. Unlike wood fibre, bagasse does not need to be chipped so this process is energy-efficient. Not cutting down trees for these paper towels conserves resources.

These paper towels are also biodegradable, acid-free and recyclable. Suitable for use in a septic tank.

Benefits:

• sourced from local suppliers

• energy-efficient

• conserving resources through the use of alternative fibre

• protecting nature with a paper that is biodegradable, acid-free and recyclable

• promoting sustainability by using FSC-certified wood fibre and paper produced in South Africa