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Ecoleaf 9 Pack Recycled Toilet Tissue / Loo Roll

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Ecoleaf Recycled Toilet Tissue 9 Roll Biodegradabl £4.99
Ecoleaf 9 Pack Recycled Toilet Tissue / Loo Roll

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Ecoleaf  recycled toilet tissue or loo roll which is wrapped in bioplast, a plasticizer free and fully compostable packaging. 100 per cent compostable wrap.


Ecoleaf toilet tissue is made from 100% recycled fibre sourced exclusively within the UK. Manufactured from 60% post-consumer wste supply streams, collected by local authoritieies, kerb side collections and bona fide waste merchants. The remaining waste fibre is made up from UK manufacturers' waste such as printers' trim and greeting card manufacturers' waste. No chlorine-based chemistry is uesd in the production process. Sourced and then manufactured in the UK, every effort is made to maximise loads and minimise road miles.


Ecoleaf toilet tissue is wrapped in bioplast, a plasticizer0free and full compostable packaging. It will biodegrade toally under the influence of soil-based microorganisms without the need for human intervention. Made from potato starch and natural co-polymers, it is both sustainable and renewable.


Suma also offset their carbon footprint with www.treesponsibility.com.

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