Paper broken back down to cellulose fibers

  • Used for production of recycled paper
  • Fibers can not be recycled endlessly
  • During recycling, fibers are shortened
  • Fibers are recycled 4 - 7 times
  • Fibers cannot be used for paper anymore past this
  • These short cellulose bits & fibers end up in what is called paper sludge
  • Can be used as fertilizer

Cellulose bubble / wadding breaks down similarly to the paper process

  • Broken down same time as paper
  • Becomes part of the ‘slurry’
  • Made in the USA