8 great uses of recycled paper

Oluwatosin Jegede

Recycled paper is an excellent way to help the environment. It’s a renewable resource, easy to use, and can make your life easier.

However, many people still don’t use recycled paper products because they don’t know where or how to find them.

There are so many types of products out there that you can use in your home and office—you just need help finding them. That’s why we’ve compiled this list:

8 uses of recycled paper

Here are some great items made of recycled paper.

1. Tissue paper

Tissue paper is a popular choice for layering a gift before wrapping, but did you know that it can be made from recycled paper? They are also good for decorating items and making origami.

2. Napkins and towels

Napkins and towels made from recycled paper are a great way to reduce waste and use fewer plastic products. Unlike paper plates, they can easily be composted in your backyard bin. You can also use them as regular napkins or cut them into squares for the kids’ art projects.

Although some people prefer the feel of cloth over paper, many like that these products are disposable, so they don’t have to wash or dry them after washing.

These products are from 100% post-consumer waste, meaning that all of the materials used to make these products came from recycled goods (like newspapers or other packaging).

3. File folders

File folders are a staple in offices, including the one where you work. They’re also used in schools and homes as a way to organize and store documents.

Running out of file folders? You can buy them at any office supply store—or try making your own out of old newspapers or junk mail like we did in grade school.

4. Notebooks, journals & address books

If you’ve ever wondered where paper comes from, the answer is trees. Paper can be made from recycled paper, and many notebooks and journals are made with recycled materials. These products are a great way to help the environment because using them will reduce the amount of waste in landfills by using a renewable resource that’s been discarded.

5. Shipping boxes and envelopes

Recycled paper can be used to make shipping boxes and envelopes. Shipping boxes are made from recycled cardboard, which is a renewable resource.

Not only that, but it’s also biodegradable, making it environmentally friendly and sustainable.

6. Gift wrap, holiday cards, and gift tags

Recycled paper gift wrap is a great way to save money and reduce your impact on the environment. You can also use them for holiday cards and gift tags, but make sure to buy a gift wrap made from 100% recycled paper.

7. Eco hip recycled newspaper bag

The humble newspaper bag is a simple, reusable alternative to the plastic carrier bags you get when you buy food or other items.

The bags are from recycled newspaper, so they’re better for the environment and more durable than traditional grocery store bags.

8. Paper cups

These cups are from 100 percent fibers from sugar cane. They come in several colors and have a glossy finish, making them perfect for any occasion.

You can find recycled paper products to use in a wide variety of ways

Since paper is a renewable resource, it makes sense that you can find products to use in a wide variety of ways. Recycled papers are from 100 percent post-consumer waste and 100 percent post-industrial waste.

We hope this article has inspired you to make the switch to recycled paper. It’s a great way to be more eco-friendly and save money while still getting all the benefits of using regular office supplies.

Read also: The most sustainable materials available today

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