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100% Recycled White Tissue Paper (375 x 500mm)

100% Recycled White Tissue Paper (375 x 500mm)

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£10.51
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Tissue-375x500-W

DIMENSIONS: 375 x 500mm

THICKNESS / WEIGHT: 18gsm

RECYCLED CONTENT: 100% Recycled

ENVIRONMENTAL: Recyclable, Biodegradable & Compostable

ORIGIN: UK / EU

PACK QUANTITY: 480 sheets

Product Overview

100% recycled Tissue Paper, White colour. 

Acid Free

Ideal for eco-friendly packaging. Packed approx. 480 sheets. 

COLOUR VARIATIONS:
Please note: Most of the recycled fibre used in our card and paper stock is made from 100% post consumer waste, and a few of the colours can vary slightly from batch to batch. This is most likely to effect Hairy Manilla which is made from 'low grade' (the greenest) post consumer waste. We therefore cannot always guarantee a perfect colour match from order to order.

COLOUR SPECIFICATION:
White 18g - 100% recycled.

Recyclable

Recyclable

Recycled

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Recyclable

This product is made from material that can be recycled. Please recycle this product.

Recycled

This product is made from recycled paper. (Guaranteed minimum of 75% recycled content, most colours are 100% - see specification)

More Information
Is SampleYes
Thickness/Weight18gsm
Card/Paper Dimensions375 x 500mm
Pack QuantityApprox. 480
ColourWhite
Customer Questions
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Samples products are free but there is a small charge for delivery unless included with an order.

This is £1+VAT for UK customers.

You can have a maximum of 5 Samples per order.

Unfortunately we are currently unable to provide samples outside the UK. 

Recycled paper will vary between batches, we can't guarantee samples will match the next batch. Batches normally last 1 to 2 weeks.