FSC Mix Paper Sleeve for 17oz-8x6x1 Fiber Trays (SL-PA-TR8)
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100% Biodegradable, 100% Compostable!
World Centric is proud to announce our very own line of unbleached 100% PCW (post-consumer waste) recycled paper sleeves for take out containers. These products are not made from virgin paper nor do they come from post industrial processes--they are made from 100% post consumer waste recycled paper. This means they come directly from a recycling waste stream and are not put through any bleaching process that might contain chlorine or any other chemicals. They perform just as great as virgin paper without the guilt-- these items are ideal for attractive product display.
These sleeves are made from 100% post consumer waste (PCW) recycled paper. They come directly from a recycling waste stream and are not put through any bleaching processes that might contain chlorine or other chemicals. No virgin wood fiber is used in the manufacture of World Centric PCW sleeves.
World Centric uses FSC certified paper to make some coffee cups and soup bowls. Paper that is FSC certified meets the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council. We use tree-based paper instead of other fiber alternatives for coffee cups and bowls because of technical constraints in processes for manufacturing products from fiber alternatives. Restaurants and cafeterias want hot cups and bowls to have tight-fitting lids, and they want the ability to print their logos on these products. Some of the current fiber alternatives cannot meet those requirements.
World Centric also uses 100% PCW paper to make napkins and towels as well as many othe products. Paper that is 100% PCW comes entirely from recycled post-consumer waste. Products made from agricultural waste almost always leave a lighter environmental footprint than similar products made from tree-based paper. Wherever possible, World Centric manufactures our foodservice products from wheat straw. The best way to protect the world’s forests is to reduce consumption of ALL tree-based paper, no matter how “environmentally friendly” it is.