Golden Silicone 100% Unbleached Parchment Paper and Baking Paper sheets 33cm x 19.8m When using Parchment Paper and Baking Paper no greasing is necessary. If you care 100% unbleached parchment baking paper is made from premium quality, unbleached, greaseproof paper: As no chlorine is used for bleaching, no chlorine is dumped into our lakes, rivers and streams. Ingredients: 100% unbleached greaseproof paper, silicone coated - derived from silicon found in sand/quartz/rock, 100% recycled unbleached cardboard. Parchment baking paper is coated with with silicone, which is derived from silicon, an element found in nature, in sand, quartz and rock. After oxygen, it is the most abundant element on earth. Silicone is non-toxic when incinerated and landfill safe. It is the most environmentally friendly non-stick surface. It is also the most efective non-stick surface. A silicone-coated paper is also the choice of professionals as it can be reused several times.
If You Care unbleached paper sandwich bags come in a 48 pack and are made from the unbleached pulp of Scandinavian spruce trees. Perfect for sandwiches, snacks, cookies, muffins, nuts, chips and much more, as they are greaseproof, and provide a natural barrier which prevents grease or fat from penetrating. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans Microwave safe Gluten free Allergen free Unbleached recycled cardboard packaging Cardboard packaging biodegradable but should be recycled Compostable 100% renewable resources Totally chlorine-free Sandwich Bag size: 19cm x 16.2cm x 5.7cm
As seen in . Great value paper bin made from 100% recycled plastic. An award winning design, this stylish bin is part of the permanent collection in the MOMA in New York. Easy stacking shape, and with handy carry handles to get your paper to the recycle bin. Perfect to add a bit of eco style to your green office or home office. Available in black or green Capacity: 9 litres Size: 33 x 25 x 25cm . "These bins are elegantly shapely but super-functional. The green version may even remind you about what you are throwing away and whether it could have another life once you have finished with it.
As seen in . A personal notice board or pin board, brilliantly designed and made from waste paper. The board uses densely stacked reprocessed paper to create a surface ideal for pins, or attach memos or cards by slotting them between the paper stacks. Why not put a few together to create a graphic tiled effect. The frame is also made from recyclable paper board. Perfect for the green office or for your home office, or anywhere that you might need to keep stuff to remember handy! 31 x 31 cm .
Homes are the largest producers of re-usable waste materials like paper, plastic, aluminium or glass. Waste materials like papers, paper bags, card, plastic bottles, aluminium cans and glass jars can simply be recycled at a recycling centre. For proper recycling, it is critical to sort diverse waste materials at the time of disposing and the right Recycled bin make are very good reminders. [Read more...]
Recycling is most of the time a rude task, in that we do not actually see any real reward. Global temperature rises and other ecological problems are of abiding concern for everybody and for most, recycling has now become part of our day to day lives on some level. We do it because policymakers and campaigners let us know the way we lose our waste is deleterious to the future. Basically, being ecological is an investment in the way forward for the world, something only a few of us will be here to harvest the advantages of. This is atrocious reports for generations yet to come as 95% of inkjet and laser cartridges are dropped and finish up in landfills. [Read more...]
A Guide to Creating More Money from your present Operations The business of recycling is continually expanding. It is simply one of our swiftest growing industries. The amount of recycling opportunities can only be matched by the quantity of fresh products that continue to come out on the market. From recycling metals and plastic, to natural byproducts for composting, there appears to be no end visible for those having an interest in being part of a sector whose expansion carries on expanding. [Read more...]