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EcoSoft Recycled Paper Products on Sale

Apr 24, 2012

EcoSoft Recycled Paper Products on Sale

Buy EcoSoft recycled paper products on sale this week at Buy toilet paper, paper towels, and facial tissue  for low, discount prices. Get huge discounts on bulk cases of eco-friendly paper products for high traffic bathrooms and hotels, as well as health care facilities and schools. Choose recycled roll towels, folded towels, bath tissue and facial tissue to stock your restrooms for a green image and patron satisfaction. Fast shipping in 2-3 days when you order from today.

Tips for the Toilet- University of Colorado Posts Athletic Recruiting Rules in Bathrooms

Apr 17, 2012

Thanks to SportsGrid for the image.

The University of Colorado posts “Tips for the Toilet” in bathrooms. You would expect a list of bathroom rules, like the ones Harvard University presented for their graduate students, regarding appropriate and inappropriate actions for toilets, urinals, sinks, and showers. But apparently, the school is not concerned with the students’ bad bathroom etiquette.

The “Tips for the Toilet” at CU are about athletic recruitment. It outlines the following topics for appropriate contact:

  • Telephone Call Limitations (no texting allowed!)
  • Emails and Mailings
  • Contact and Evaluations
  • Recruiting Visits to Campus

What’s the weirdest bathroom rules you’ve ever seen?

Earth Day Marcal Recycled Paper Products Sale

Apr 16, 2012

Earth Day Sale at Check out the savings on recycled paper towels, toilet paper, napkins, and facial tissue this week only. Sale ends April 23, 2012. Shop now and buy bulk Marcal products for fast delivery in 2-3 days. Free shipping on orders over $75.

Marcal toilet paper and Marcal paper towels are made from recycled paper, and are a high quality and environmentally responsible choice for your janitorial or breakroom cleaning needs.

Marcal Toilet Paper is a white toilet paper, unlike the brown toilet paper that was recently released by Cascades.

Would you use brown toilet paper? Click to answer here, 5 people will receive a reusable shopping bag. Make sure to include your e-mail address to win! Deadline for eligible comments: Earth Day-April 22, 2012.

Glad Garbage Bag Couture

Apr 10, 2012

Last night, Online Marketing Manager Jessica participated in a Aveda “Green Carpet” fashion show in Boston, MA. In celebration of Earth Month, Aveda hosts events worldwide to raise money for clean water foundations.  At the “Green Carpet” the outfits had to consist of recycled materials and cost less than $50 to make, and all makeup & hair products had to be Aveda brand. Aveda brand products have a “green ingredient policy”- to read more, visit Jessica’s dress was made from Glad Recycled Trash Bags– can you even believe it? We call it “Garbage Bag Couture!”

Charmin Bath Tissue Clearance

Apr 10, 2012

Charmin Clearance sale this week at! Stock up on your favorite brand of toilet paper for low, discounted prices.

Charmin Ultra Strong is a soft and absorbent toilet paper that stands up to any challenge. For the softest bath tissue and the most luxurious bathroom experience, choose Charmin Ultra Soft Toilet Paper. Charmin Basic toilet paper is a great economical toilet paper choice, with a combination of strength and softness.

Free Shipping on orders over $75 and fast delivery in 2-3 days when you buy bulk toilet paper from Shop the Charmin Clearance now- sale ends 4/16.

The Pros and Cons of Brown Toilet Paper

Apr 9, 2012

Today we feature a guest post from Stephane Lopez on the new brown toilet paper.

One of the latest trends in consumer marketing is greener products that are better for the environment. Businesses use green or eco-friendly products in an attempt to improve their image, and consumers want to do their part in becoming more eco-conscious. But how will consumers respond to brown toilet paper?

What is Brown Toilet Paper?

Brown toilet paper is bathroom tissue made of 100 percent recycled materials. The manufacturing process reduces or eliminates the amount of bleach used to whiten the paper. Recycled toilet paper uses labels like “unbleached” or “chlorine-free.” Some producers use 100 percent post-consumer materials, such as office paper, which makes the toilet paper gray with darker speckles. To achieve a desirable brown or beige color, producers can use a percentage of recovered cardboard. To reduce the amount of waste even further, some companies are eliminating the use of cardboard tubes inside of the roll.

Benefits to the Consumer

Since the production cost of recycled bathroom tissue is lower, companies can reduce the price for customers. Consumers are more willing to purchase environmentally friendly products, and purchasing greener products gives them satisfaction. Many consumers would be happy to buy brown toilet paper, especially if it came at a reduced cost.

Benefits to the Environment

When comparing white and brown toilet paper, the environmental impacts are vastly diverse. Since brown toilet paper uses only recycled materials, there is no need to cut down more trees for production. By eliminating the use of chlorine and other bleaching agents, the production process consumes about 50 percent less energy than white toilet paper. Conventional toilet paper pollutes the waterways by producing harmful dioxins from bleach, dyes and fragrances. Some of the negative effects of dioxins include increased cancer risks and developmental problems. Brown toilet paper does not use such chemicals, so the water is safer for humans and the environment.

Downsides of Brown Toilet Paper

Some companies believe that consumers have a preference for white toilet paper because the color white is associated with cleanliness. Some consumers are concerned that recycled bathroom tissue will not be as soft as the plush, two-ply brands. Top producers have eliminated this concern by implementing recycled cardboard in their product to achieve a softer texture.

Will Brown Toilet Paper Sell to Modern Consumers?

Studies performed on consumers indicate that the majority would consider buying this type of product. The initial response is negative, but once consumers feel the softness, they are pleasantly surprised. Cascades’ opinion is that consumers are ready to switch to brown toilet paper. Consumers are accustomed to using brown napkins and paper towels, so toilet paper is the next logical step in eco-friendly practices.

Stephanie Lopez’s passion for people and the environment has lead her to pursue a career in writing. At this time, Stephanie is working as a part-time writer for specializing in Disaster Insurance.

Would You Use Brown Toilet Paper?

Respond in the comments below: 5 people will receive a reusable shopping bag. Make sure to include your e-mail address to win! Deadline for eligible comments: Earth Day-April 22, 2012.


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