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Scott Brand 100% recycled fiber products get Green Seal Certification
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Mar '09
Kimberly-Clark Professional has received Green Seal certification for its Scott brand 100% recycled fiber products. The Scott brand towel and tissue products are designed for customers who are interested in or mandated to use 100% recycled fiber washroom products. They earned the Green Seal certification by meeting the organization's rigorous environmental standards for towel and tissue products.

The Scott brand 100% recycled fiber, Green Seal-certified offerings include: C-Fold Towels, Multi-Fold Towels, Hard Roll Towels, JRT Jr. Bathroom Tissue (both one- and two-ply), and two-ply Standard Roll Bathroom Tissue. The products will soon feature new packaging graphics highlighting the Green Seal certification.

"Kimberly-Clark Professional prides itself on our balanced approach to the environment," said Andy Clement, director of the washroom business for Kimberly-Clark Professional. "We have long been leaders in providing environmentally sound, source-reduced products. Our Green Seal-certified products offer another alternative for customers interested in or required to use 100% recycled fiber products and who may seek the assurance of third-party certification."

As part of its commitment to sustaining the environment and helping customers use less and waste less, Kimberly-Clark Professional continues to invest in technologies that promote the inclusion of recycled fiber while maintaining the superior performance of its products. The Green Seal-certified Scott brand 100% recycled fiber offerings are in addition to a full line of source-reduced Kleenex and Scott brand washroom products.

Green Seal is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to safeguarding the environment and transforming the marketplace by promoting the manufacture, purchase, and use of environmentally responsible products and services.

Kimberly-Clark Professional

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